John McInnes, Electronic Monitoring Scotland Civil Government Previous to Serco John McInnes worked within the Black Watch Regiment for 24 years. During this time he selflessly raised three quarters of a million pounds, for a variety of local and nationally recognised charities earning him the “Charlie Hankins” trophy for his fund raising efforts whilst serving. When John joined the Electronic Monitoring team in Scotland his charitable efforts didn’t stop there. He has recently returned from Tanzania having scaled Mount Kilimanjaro bare legged in his kilt. His efforts raised £3,500 for Bravehearts Children’s Trust. John’s charity work has had a ripple effect within Electronic Monitoring Contact in Scotland with all his colleagues supporting his endeavours. In the midst of his work outside of work he has recently been selected to participate in a pilot of the new developed Scottish Vocational Qualification – Community Support through Electronic Monitoring enhancing his skills and abilities as a Field Monitoring Officer.

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