Aiming for ‘Safe Nights Out’ right across the county

Amy Norbury meets the man who aims to make Derbyshire one of the safest places in the nation to live, work and visit.

It’s clear that Hardyal Dhindsa is Derbyshire through and through. As the county’s second Police and Crime Commissioner he is charged with making the county the safest place to live, work and visit that it can possibly be. And by that, he means the whole county, not just the large conurbations…

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