The Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire is Caroline Henry
Caroline Henry was elected Nottinghamshire Police & Crime Commissioner in May 2021.
After spending her life living, working and breathing Nottinghamshire, Caroline is determined to get tough on crime and ensure victims are always heard.
Caroline is not a career politician, she’s a career business-woman. Having commissioned a wide range of services in many roles for both the private and public sectors and for charities, in a career spanning more than 30 years, Caroline takes a hands-on approach to the Commissioner role. She brings fresh energy and ideas to get things done.
She brings to the role an enormous amount of business experience in order to oversee an important budget, always ensuring value-for-money for the taxpayer and that maximum investment goes to front-line policing.
Putting more police officers on the streets and investing in policing presence in towns across Nottinghamshire are two of Caroline’s big priorities during her term in office.
Caroline is married with two children and lives in Giltbrook just a few minutes from where she grew up and went to school.