Roy Aldwin who is the Third Sector and Community Engagement Manager for Hertfordshire Fire & Rescue Service has been shortlisted for the Guardian's  'Public Servant of The Year Award' 2011.

Roy who set up and now manages the Hertfordshire Fire & Rescue Service's Volunteers Scheme which has nearly 100 volunteers, and carries out a range of other activities has been on secondment from the Hertfordshire Police since 2007, is a school governor, and also a crime manager at a social enterprise Dacorum Business against Crime in Hemel Hempstead.

If you want to read more about Roy and possibly vote for him, please go to the following link  and click on the Public Servant of The Year 'vote now' box.