Karen serves on the Senior Management Board for a private-public sector engagement initiative called the Cross-sector Safety and Security Communications (CSSC) hub which involves law enforcement, private sector businesses and public sector bodies.
In November 2014 Karen delivered a structured communications strategy on behalf of CSSC for Counter Terrorism Awareness Week (CTAW2014), providing key messages, press releases and briefings for media interviews including a high-profile Sky News interview with a colleague from pubs, bars and restaurants operator, Mitchells & Butlers.
In an extract from her citation, she is commended for “enthusiasm and significant personal commitment to CSSC communications in general and specifically during CTAW2014 (for selfless personal commitment in developing and delivering an impactful national communication strategy for business for CTAW2014).”
Karen was awarded and presented with her Commendation at New Scotland Yard by Detective Chief Superintendent Scott Wilson, National Co-ordinator of PROTECT & PREPARE for the National Counter Terrorism Policing HQ.
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