1. Your work day yesterday: what did you do?
Yesterday I was in the office early because it was maintenance day. I made more than ten trips to the dealers because the intervention cars had to be inspected and repairs had to be carried out. As it takes more than 20 minutes to get to the workshop each time and I then had to discuss the scope of work with the mechanics on site, this was a job that took me the whole day.
2. How did you become a police officer (your career in general)?
Actually, I didn’t plan to become a policeman at all. I applied for a job as a police car mechanic. But in the interview, the sergeant suggested that I might want to consider becoming a police officer. And one thing led to another. All in all, I was a motorway police officer for 19 years before I became manager of the vehicle fleet in 2003, a position I continue to hold with pride.
3. What do you love about your work?
No one day is like another, it is never boring and there are always surprises. Finding the right solutions makes this a dream job for me.