Louise Casey became Director General, Casey Review Team on 20 July 2015. At the request of the Prime Minister, she is leading a review into opportunity and integration in some of our most isolated communities.
Louise started her career in the social welfare sector and has held the following roles:
- Deputy Director of Shelter, the homelessness charity, from 1992 to 1999
- Director of the Home Office’s Anti-social Behaviour Unit
- Head of the cross-government Respect Task Force, tackling anti-social behaviour
- Director General in the Home Office, heading up the Neighbourhood Crime and Justice Group
- the first independent Commissioner for Victims and Witnesses, representing the interests of victims and witnesses in Whitehall and the criminal justice system
- Director General of the Troubled Families Team
Louise was awarded the Companion of the Order of Bath (CB) in the Queen’s birthday honours list 2008.
Director General, Casey Review Team
At the request of the Prime Minister, Louise Casey is leading a review into opportunity and integration in some of our most isolated communities.
Previous roles in government
Director General, Troubled Families
- 2011 to 2015