Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick visits the Peel Museum for a private viewing of the collection. The Peel Society, for whom Cressida Dick is a Patron, promotes the study of the life, works and times of Sir Robert Peel and the Peel Family.
Commissioner Dick with Robert Critchley, Chairman of the Peel Society and Margaret Clarke, Chair of the Tamworth Heritage Trust.
The Peel Museum at Middleton Hall is run by the Peel Society which was founded in 1979 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the establishment of the Metropolitan Police Force.
It is the second time she has visited the Peel Museum but was impressed with the development since she last came. The Museum as just under gone a major upgrade with help from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
Commissioner Dick with Nigel Morris, former Chairman of the Society.
She had previously attended the UK Police Unity Tour finish of the cycle ride at the National Memorial Arboretum at Alrewas.