Sean, unsure of his goals in life spent many years trying out various jobs in hope he would find a passion for something. He is now a well respected and loved man of the Falmouth and Penryn community in Cornwall. Sean became a PCSO (Police Community Support Officer) and; although already known by many in the community, he is now well known for all his work and effort that he has contributed to the Falmouth and Penryn area. Sean always goes out of his way to be a part of any community or charity event such as participating in local school events, where he would either give talks to the children or help out at school fates. He also is a part of the Waterfront Crew, a team of young locals that come together to clean up Cornwall's coastline. From his efforts Sean has appeared in the local paper many times and whenever on patrol is always recognised in awe by young children and in appreciation by the adult community. Sean very sadly lost his father, mother and brother in the last few years to illnesses. However, Sean has spent his time raising money to help support others with the same illnesses. After his brother passed away, Sean held a Football Charity game; between 'Falmouth's Finest' and the prison warders who Wayne (Sean's brother) used to work with, every summer to raise money towards CMA (The Cardiomyopathy Association). Last year, Sean also persuaded fellow PCSO Lewis Vague into a charity bike ride from John O'Groats to Land's End to raise money for the same charity.