This beauty queen could be in your halls next year
You probably won’t catch her doing the usual in Stealth
A future fresher is juggling competing for Miss England and training as a police officer.
Dubbed “Britain’s sexiest trainee police officer,” Olivia has proved she makes an arresting sight after reaching the finals of Miss England.
Stunning Olivia Green, 18, who has a place at Nottingham for this September, will swap her police uniform for high heels when she goes up against nine other beauties next month.
The Lincolnshire Police cadet wowed judges in the semi-final of the prestigious competition on Sunday after previously being crowned Miss Skegness.
The rookie cop, from Skegness, Lincolnshire, said she was confident she can juggle both a career in the police and as a model after setting pulses racing at her local station.
She added: “I definitely want to be a police detective. I’m determined to go into the force but I think I can do modelling as well.
“Being Miss England would give me a platform to work with the community. I think I could make it work, switching from my boots to my heels.
“All the male cadets I work with have been really supportive. I thought they might not take me seriously when they saw my more feminine side.
“But they’ve been great. So have all the officers at the station.
“It was a bit of a shock for them when they saw the pictures of me in my ball room gown, because they were used to seeing me in my uniform with no makeup on.
“But they were fine about it.
“I got into modelling earlier this year because I felt mature enough to handle the responsibility if I won Miss England.
“There’s a perception that the modelling world is bitchy and competitive but that’s not been my experience at all.”
Olivia recently finished her A-Levels at Skegness Grammar school and has been offered a place at the University of Nottingham to study law this autumn.
Her ultimate goal is to follow in the footsteps of her late grandfather Charles Green, 78, who was a chief inspector in the Lincolnshire force for more than a decade.
She plans to continue her cadet training while she studies for her degree and fulfils her role as Miss Skegness.
The police cadet scheme is for 13-18-year-olds and is designed to give them a taste of what it is like to become a police officer.
Youngsters complete training programs which teach them law enforcement basics and after passing these, they perform various duties that assist certified police officers.
Olivia added: said: “I’ve almost completed my training now and I’ve really enjoyed it. My favourite thing about the training was going on speed patrols.
“When we’re out with police officers we are classed as officers and we have the power to hand out speeding tickets. We caught one driver doing 52mph in a 30mph zone.
“I haven’t been in any high speed chases or witnessed any serious arrests. I wish I had but they try to keep cadets away from dangerous situations.”
Olivia raises money through her modelling, including the Miss England charity Beauty with a Purpose – which donates to all UK children’s charities.
She also supports the Ryan Smith Foundation which seeks to raise awareness of the dangers of cycling without a helmet.
Olivia went to school with Ryan, 18, who suffered severe brain injuries when he was cycling on 22nd July, 2013 and was involved in a collision with a van.
The semi-final was held at Kelham Hall & Country Park, in Nottingham, and included a country-style photoshoot and a ball gown round.
The Miss England final will be held at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on 13th August.
It will feature a sportwear round, an interview where contestants are asked to reveal interesting facts about themselves, and a ball gown round.
The winner of the competition will represent England at Miss World in America which has a top prize of $100,000.