BHS North Lincolnshire invite you to an evening talk to find out about 'The Secret World of a Mounted Police Officer'.
Alan Hiscox served 32 years in the British police; 26 in the Mounted Branch of the London Metropolitan Police.
He has been a consultant to mounted divisions in many countries, including USA, Canada, South Africa and UAE and has delivered presentations and briefings about the strategic and tactical use of horses in the UK to Chief Police Officers of Canada, USA, Europe, Arabian States, Russia, Australia and Japan.
He was leader of and responsible for all aspects of the Metropolitan Police Display Ride, which appeared at major shows, including Horse of the Year Show and the Royal Tournament.
Alan has received many commendations including for his work designing, training and developing ‘Training the London Police Horse’ demonstrations. He was responsible for the national training plan for mounted officers and a training schedule for police horses and organised and delivered the yearly training plan for 150 mounted police officers in London.
Alan Hiscox is now the BHS Director of Safety and will also give an update on the very successful 'Dead or Dead Slow' BHS Campaign 12 months since the launch.
Also come and meet the local BHS committee, find out what we do and get involved. New volunteers always welcome.
This evening talk will start at 7.30pm in the Horse Sense Room (near the cafe) at Bransby Horses, Bransby Lincoln LN1 2PH.
Tea and Coffee will be available.
Cost £5 per person paid in advance - Book online