Professor Nick Hardwick becomes TN Ambassador.
Tempus Novo are delighted to announce that the amazing Professor Nick Hardwick has agreed to put his “good name” to our cause, and becomes our latest ambassador. His involvement in the Criminal Justice System includes the roles as Chair of the Independent Police Complaints Commission and latterly Chief Inspector of Prisons where he highlighted falling standards in our prisons, and made recommendations for improvement. Nick is an honest man with real integrity and we are so proud to have him on the team.
Nick on a recent visit to TN Head Office and Marketing Agency Hub MDP with TN ambassadors Chris Hudson and Darren Hamer
Professor Nick Hardwick – A Short Bio
Professor Nick Hardwick CBE graduated with an English degree from the University of Hull in 1979. The first half of his career was in the voluntary sector, first working with young offenders in the community, then leading the youth homelessness charity Centrepoint before moving to run the British Refugee Council. In 2003 he was appointed to establish and run the Independent Police Complaints Commission as its first Executive Chair. He moved from police to prisons in 2010 when he was appointed as Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Prisons. Since his term as Chief Inspector ended in 2016, he has had a part-time role as Professor of Criminal Justice at Royal Holloway, University of London which he has combined with expert consultancy roles on prisons and the prevention of torture in ill-treatment in a variety of jurisdiction and from 2016 – to 2018 chairing the Parole Board for England and Wales. He is chair of New Horizon Youth Centre, Vice Chair of Prisoners Abroad and a trustee of the London Housing Foundation. He is a patron of Unlock and Zahid Mubarek Trust. He was awarded a CBE in 2010 and has honorary doctorates from the universities of Hull, Leeds-Beckett and Wolverhampton.
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