Mr O’Hare serves as a police officer in London and is a mental health advocate.
Speaking of his appointment as an Ambassador, Tyler O’Hare said: “I am absolutely thrilled to have been appointed as Ambassador for the NESM. To join such an outstanding team of people who have dedicated huge amounts of time so that our society can recall the ultimate sacrifices made by my colleagues is a real honour and privilege. I look forward to working alongside them all so we can achieve our ultimate aim of building an Emergency Services Cenotaph.”
Speaking of the appointment, NESM Founder and Chair, Tom Scholes-Fogg, said: “I am delighted that Tyler is joining the team as an Ambassador. Having known him for several years I am impressed with his advocacy of mental health support for our 999 heroes. I have asked Tyler to work with the NESM’s Director of Health to look at ways the NESM can promote mental health wellbeing. I know first-hand that when 999 personnel attend incidents, that incident doesn’t just end and fall out of your mind when you close your locker door. It stays with you and in some cases repeats in your mind. As a country we have lots more we need to do to get our emergency services talking about mental health.”