Victor Olisa QPM, former Area Commander with the Metropolitan police is now a criminologist and lecturer in criminal justice issues. Starting his career as Surrey's first black police officer, he has spent time as Borough Commander for Haringey and was the Met’s Director of Strategic Inclusion and Diversity. Throughout his career Victor has helped rebuild trust in the police and highlighted and provided solutions to issues faced by BAME community.
Victor Olisa QPM said: “I am very proud to be joining the Council of Trustees at Nacro. Over the years I have been immensely impressed with the work that Nacro has done and continues to do in bringing a strong sense of humanity to the narrative on people who commit crimes and those leaving prison. I am looking forward to working with everyone at Nacro to create a socially just country where communities feel safe and together, we can support people leaving prison to contribute positively to keeping communities safe.”