police officer appointed Chief Insp. in Oxford
OXFORD, UK, Feb. 12, 2007
NRI, Jack Malhi, 52, has been appointed Chief Insp
as a top post in Oxford. His duties will be to oversee the development
of neighbourhood policing, a scheme to provide every community
with their own team of community police officers.
Malhi said: "I'm looking forward to working
in partnership with Oxford City Council, which is brilliant when
it comes to neighbourhood policing. When they offered me a job
in Oxford I was delighted. When you talk about Oxford, you talk
about an international landmark. You go to to China or any part
of India and say you come from Luton or Bedford and no one knows
where you're from."
He has worked as a crime reduction co-ordinator
and architectural liaison officer, drugs adviser, income generation
officer and as Chief Officer and co-ordinator of the county's
Special Constabulary. He has joined Thames Valley Police from
the Bedfordshire force. He was also chairman of the Bedfordshire
Black Police Association for eight years.
According to Oxford News paper, he said: "The
best times are always on the front line. When I was a rural policeman,
an elderly lady was charged £600 for £50 worth of
work by some very dodgy people. She didn't want to report it,
but I persuaded her to make a complaint.When she did, the greatest
satisfaction was when the offender had to pay back the woman and
meet her. She gave him a real earful. It's sad there are these
people who exploit the vulnerable and the elderly."
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