Police chief shortlisted for national 'inspiring individual' award

Borough Commander Victor Olisa at a police boxing event earlier this year

Borough Commander Victor Olisa at a police boxing event earlier this year

First published in News Haringey Independent: Photograph of the Author by

Haringey Police borough commander Victor Olisa has been shortlisted for a national award.

Chief Superintendent Dr Olisa is one of four people shortlisted in the “inspiring individual” category of the National Personal Safety Awards run by the Suzy Lamplugh Trust, a safety charity.

The award aims to celebrate a community figure who “works tirelessly to ensure the personal safety of others”.

Other candidates on the shortlist include representatives from a Scottish anti-stalking charity and a group campaigning to prevent violence against sex workers.

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9:05am Wed 3 Sep 14

Terry365 says...

It's his job. He gets paid £90,000 a year plus expenses by taxpayers to do it. Why is he getting an award for doing his job?
It's his job. He gets paid £90,000 a year plus expenses by taxpayers to do it. Why is he getting an award for doing his job? Terry365
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