How long have you lived in Myrtleford? Six years. What is your job? I am a policeman, which I have been for 34 years. How did that come about? I was looking for a long-term career where I could help people within the community and it certainly fit the bill.
What do you love about living in Myrtleford?
The people inside the community, it is a very friendly community. What is the best case you’ve worked on?
In the 1990’s, we had a bloke infecting other people with HIV AID’s through sexual contact, and it was the world’s first conviction of criminal sexual transmission of HIV AIDs. It was the biggest case I have ever had to do, as it’d never been done before.
What is a significant current issue that Myrtleford faces?
Employment and social opportunities for young people.
What is a significant world issue for you?
In this day in age, it is the everpresent risk of terrorism. Young people get radicalized over.
If you could get anyone in the world to come to Myrtleford for dinner, who would it be and why?
It would be Queen Elizabeth the second, since she has been an enduring, stable and influential person for more than the last 60 years.