Hon Simon Ovens is HM King’s representative in London borrow of Harrow. has had 37 years of service as a police officer in London and has held various postings abroad, achieving the rank of Chief Superintendent. Retirement from the Metropolitan Police took place earlier this year. Six years ago, appointment as a Deputy Lieutenant of Greater London was made by Her Late Majesty The Queen. Additionally, the role of her representative in the London Borough of Harrow was entrusted to him. Upon the succession of HM The King, a similar appointment was extended, designating him as the representative in Harrow. A particular focus lies in community cohesion, charitable endeavors, the local volunteer sector, and religious institutions, both in London and India. The patronage of the International Siddhasharm Shakti Centre in Harrow and India, as well as The Harrow and Brent Deaf Club, is held. Presently, a senior Lecturer in Criminology and Policing at the University of West London. Possession of Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Criminology. Fellowship status within the Chartered Institute of Management is maintained.