PCSO named as joint Stagecoach West Community Hero
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When asked about how it felt to be nominated and awarded as a winner Trevor said: "This award came totally unexpected as I didn't even know that I had been nominated.
"I am both honoured and embarrassed in equal measure to be named joint Stagecoach Community Hero for Stagecoach West.
"I would like to thank the family who nominated me for the work I do on the Aston Project and the public who voted for me, however in my eyes the young people I work with are the real heroes.
"I work to support them and their families and give them guidance but ultimately they are striving to become the best version of themselves."
Inspector Sarah Blake from the Community Harm Reduction team praised Trevor’s work saying: "Trevor’s commitment to his role is outstanding and a community award is the ultimate testament to all of the hard work and dedication he puts in to each and every one of the young people that he works with.
"We are all very proud of Trevor and the work he does to support the Aston Project and the Constabulary’s aims of keeping people safe. He is a great advocate for the Constabulary and I am pleased to have him on my team."
More information on the Aston Project and the work they do with local teenagers can be found here: https://www.astonproject.co.uk/