'The Role of the Police and Crime Commissioner in our Society'

Series Name Scarman Lecture Series
Speaker Sir Clive Loader KCB OBE
Type Lectures & Talks
Starts at Dec 04, 2013 05:15 PM
Ends at Dec 04, 2013 06:15 PM
Venue Frank and Katherine May Lecture Theatre in the Henry Wellcome building
Open To University staff and students
For Bookings Contact To book a place for this lecture, please contact Russell Knifton by email at rk191@le.ac.uk

Sir Clive was a front-line pilot in the RAF who flew Harrier aircraft, participating in air operations over Belize, the Falklands, Iraq and the Balkans. He commanded personnel at almost every rank in the RAF.

In his last appointment as an air chief marshal Commander-in-Chief of Air Command he led 31,500 personnel for two years. During this time he was responsible for all of the RAF’s recruitment, training and operations within a delegated budget of just over £2.6 billion. He was awarded the OBE in 1996 and was knighted for services to the country in 2006.

He was elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicestershire in November 2012. It is his vision that Leicestershire Police will be ranked amongst the most effective police forces in the country. He wants to see the Force continuing to drive down crime significantly and, by doing this, increasing the safety and security of the residents of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. The Scarman Lectures are a series of free public lectures where high profile guest speakers deliver papers on current issues in criminology, criminal justice, policing and community safety.

This is the third of five new free public lectures to be held over the next few months.

The guest speaker is Sir Clive Loader KCB OBE and the lecture is entitled: 'The Role of the Police and Crime Commissioner in our Society'.

As with the other lectures in the Scarman series, this lecture is free, open to all and a wine reception will be held after the lecture to give you an opportunity to talk to the guest speaker, Sir Clive Loader.

You can view and download the poster for this lecture.

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