Narco

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"Nacro is the largest charity in England and Wales dedicated to reducing crime, helping over 83,000 people each year. Our team of over 2,000 staff and volunteers work with a network of partners through projects in 300 communities. " [1]

Council

Accessed June 2012: [2]

  • President Lord Navnit Dholakia of Waltham Brooks OBE DL
  • Vice-president The Honourable Mrs Justice Dobbs DBE
  • Chair Matthew Litobarski, former President, Global Supply Chain, Cadbury Schweppes plc, operating partner for Advent International, volunteer mentor for Trail-Blazers
  • Vice chair Malcolm John, Corporate Funding Manager, London Borough of Harrow, Chair of PATH National [outgoing]
  • Honorary Treasurer Graham Duncan, charity consultant
  • Jonathan Aitken, ex-Prisoner, ex-Cabinet Minister and ex-MP
  • John Darley, former Executive Vice President (Technical) Shell International, volunteer mentor for Feltham YOI chaplaincy and New Bridge, trustee of De Paul Trust UK
  • John Whitaker, Chair of BUILD (Building Understanding through Links for International Development), Non-Executive Director at the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund
  • Linda McHugh, Independent Member, Parole Board for England and Wales
  • Waheed Saleem, Locality Director, Birmingham East and North Primary Care Trust
  • Delbert Sandiford, Executive Officer, Minority Ethnic Anglican Concerns, Diocese of Southwark, Trustee of USPG - Anglicans in World Mission
  • Mary Whyham MBE, former Assistant Chief Officer, Lancashire Probation, Chair of North West Ambulance Service
  • Teresa Mallabone, expert in service delivery, risk and management within the probation service
  • Bob Booker, Managing Director at Bob Booker Associates, previously Director of Business Services at Football Foundation LinkedIn profile
  • Dominic McGonigal, Director of Government Relations at PPL, formerly Director of Membership and Distribution at PPL

Contact

Web: http://www.nacro.org.uk

Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch

References

  1. Narco About, organizational web page, accessed June 29, 2012.
  2. Narco Council, organizational web page, accessed June 29, 2012.