HARDYAL Dhindsa has been selected as Labour’s Police and Crime Commissioner Candidate for Derbyshire. His ambition is to make Derbyshire the very best performing police area nationwide.
Hardyal Dhindsa is currently the Deputy to Alan Charles and spoke of their work together saying: “I have been working closely with Alan and I am proud that together we’ve balanced the books despite swingeing Tory cuts.
“We have achieved the policing grade of ‘good’ as well as reducing traditional crime whilst tackling child sexual exploitation and historic sex crimes. We have also worked hard to crack down on cyber crime and online fraud.”
Hardyal Dhindsa previously managed a £22 million budget at Nottinghamshire Probation Trust. In Derbyshire he has delivered being tough on crime and its causes throughout the county. Derbyshire needs a PCC with knowledge of policing; statutory and voluntary agencies, community engagement and victim services.
You can vote for Hardyal to become Derbyshire’s next Police and Crime Commissioner on 5th May 2016.