Robert Evans is a former MEP who specialised in European crime prevention, working on a range of EU measures to counter money laundering, drug smuggling, the illegal supply of arms and trafficking of women and wrote a key report on EU asylum and immigration policy1. He was elected in 1994 as the first Labour MEP for London North West – Brent, Harrow and Hillingdon, then re-elected as MEP for London Region in 1999 and 20041. He had his first job at Thames Ditton Middle School, Surrey (1978), then spent two years teaching at Woodville Middle School, Leatherhead before becoming Deputy Headteacher at Town Farm Middle School, Stanwell1. He trained as a teacher at Shoreditch College, Englefield Green, Surrey, has a BEd and MA from University of London Institute of Education, and a doctorate from Brunel University1. He was educated at local state schools before becoming a primary school teacher1. He was born in Ashford, Middlesex, now part of Surrey1. He currently working as a freelance consultant and PR executive specialising in South Asian issues1. He speaks French and Spanish and is learning Bengali1. He lives in Oatlands, between Walton and Weybridge1. He plays cricket and hockey for Ashford and cricket for Surrey over 50s and also enjoys cinema and theatre, especially the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre at Guildford1. He was head of Crane Junior School, Hounslow (1990 – 1994)1
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Labour candidate for Surrey Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC), former MEP, interests: Bangladesh, S Asia, Cricket, red wine, real ale, languages, theatre etc
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