Current High Sheriff

Mrs Rajvinder Kaur Gill


Rajvinder Kaur Gill became Warwickshire’s 690th High Sheriff and will serve the County for the 2024/25 Shrieval year.

Rajvinder was born in Kent and bought up by her parents who came over from Punjab in the 1960’s.   She is one of five siblings, her father had a good level of education and soon went into business.

As children Rajvinder helped with the family businesses, her father always encouraged her to achieve in a good education so that she could always stand on her own two feet.  The advice that she took most from her parents was, in essence: hard work and the importance of education.

1989 bought Rajvinder into Warwickshire when she married her husband, Jagtar Singh Gill, OBE of thirty-five years. Settling into the scenic county of Warwickshire in the heart of Royal Leamington Spa, she commenced work in Administration for Warwickshire County Council running the Youth Training Scheme. After ten years with the Council, her role took her to working for Calor Gas, when they first opened in Warwick followed by a few years as HR Manager for the Woodwards Department Store.  Her employment days came to a halt in 2001 when she left work to focus on the family business with her husband.

Rajvinder had three beautiful children – Gurjeevan, Gursimar & Harveer – who have made her so proud with their own achievements.  Gurjeevan is married to Nikarkar who have just recently given birth to a beautiful daughter.

Her interest in law and order from a young age was enhanced by being appointed a Magistrates for the Coventry and Warwickshire Bench. In 2016.

Crime prevention and community safety are at the forefront of her priorities over the coming year. Her focus will be on supporting Warwickshire’s youth, in an attempt to reduce crime and invest in their safety and education, providing them with opportunities and empowering them to make a positive impact.