Parm Sandhu – Black and Blue – One Woman’s Story of Policing and Prejudice
At the point of her retirement from the Metropolitan Police Service in 2019, Parm Sandhu was the most senior BAME woman in the capital’s police force. She was the only non-white female to be promoted from constable to Chief Superintendent. In this enthralling memoir, Parm chronicles her journey from life on the outskirts of Birmingham as a child of immigrants and after an arranged, abusive marriage at sixteen, her escape to London with her son to embark upon a career in the Met.
In conversation with Stuart Prebble
|When: Monday 8th November 2021 @ 4.30 pm|
|Where: The Bull Ballroom|