Monday, 18 June 2012
Victor Olisa is a Chief Superintendent with the London Metropolitan Police and the the first black commander for Bexley local council in London.
Olisa, 52, is one of the three chief superintendents from black minority ethnic background working for the Metropolitan Police.
He started his career in Surrey Police in 1982 before transferring to the City of London Police in 1990 as detective inspector in the Fraud Squad. After a spell at the Home Office, he transferred to the Metropolitan police in 2006 as a superintendent in Southwark Council before his recent appointment.