Karamjit Singh (electoral commissioner)


Karamjit Singh (electoral commissioner)

Karamjit Singh CBE is a member of the Electoral Commission in the United Kingdom. Before, he was the Assistant County Clerk (Urban Policies) for the Leicestershire County Council from 1984 to 1987. In 1990, he received a Harkness Fellowship to study the relations of urban institutions with their local communities in the United States. He has also been appointed to the Civil Service Commission, Judicial Studies Board, the Police Complaints Authority, the Parole Board and Employment Tribunals Panel. Singh received his Commander of the British Empire (CBE) from Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom in 2000 as part of the New Year Honours.

On 6th February 2007, he was given a three year appointment as an Independent Non-Executive Board Member of the Government Office for the West Midlands with the lead role for equality and diversity.

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* [http://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/about-us/karamjitsingh.cfm "Karamjit Singh CBE, Commissioner"] . Retrieved Nov. 2, 2005.


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