Saturday, November 07, 2020

Dame Louise Casey's life peerage gazetted

 _. The life peerage awarded to Dame Louise Casey, DBE, in the prime minister's dissolution honours list has been gazetted in the name, style and title of Baroness Casey of Blackstock, of Finsbury in the London Borough of Islington, 30 Oct 2020.

Baroness Casey [born 29 March, 1965], & was the deputy director of Shelter in 1992, head of the Rough Sleepers' Unit (RSU) in 1999, a director of the national Anti-Social Behaviour Unit (ASBU) in 2003, head of the Respect Task Force in 2005 and the UK's first Victims' Commissioner in March 2010. She became director general of Troubled Families on 1 November 2011. In February 2020, Boris Johnson appointed her as an adviser to help tackle homelessness, and was later appointed as Chair of the Rough Sleeping Taskforce.


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