Profile: Louise Casey


Louise Casey is the first Independent Commissioner for Victims and Witnesses for England and Wales. She was appointed by Labour and is now working with the new coalition government. Through her career she's had several important roles as a government "tsar." In Radio 4's Profile, Rosie Goldsmith explores the life of one of the country's most outspoken civil servants.

Profile is broadcast on Saturdays on BBC Radio 4 at 1900 BST, repeated on Sundays at 0545 and 1740 BST. Listen again on the i-player, or download the podcast.

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