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Guy Collyer to speak at Total Security Summit

Guy Collyer, the head of one of Police CPI’s major initiatives, the Police Crime Prevention Academy which is responsible for delivering qualifications and training for police, security and other key roles focused on reducing crime in the UK, will be speaking at the Total Security Summit on 19th March 2024.

The Total Security Summit takes place at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Centre London Heathrow, West Drayton, UB7 0DU.

Guy will be presenting on “Creating Safer Places”, highlighting the work going on within the police to create safer places for all to combat crime, antisocial behaviour, violence against women and girls and what can be done in preparation for Martyn’s Law.

Guy spent 30 years in the UK Police Service working in London and Hampshire before being seconded to the National Counter Terrorism Security Office and after, the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure. His specialism was the protection of chemical and biological materials. During this time, he also represented the UK on the EU CBRN Task Force and worked closely with other intelligence agencies. In 2011 he was made an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for public service. 

During a 3-year tenure at INTERPOL, Guy was the Head of the BioTerrorism Prevention Unit. During this time, Guy and his team devised many training programs that were delivered around the world, including the creation of a Biosecurity working group in West Africa during the 2014 Ebola outbreak. He also contributed to meetings and working groups within the FBI, UN, WHO and the G7 Global Partnership. Guy was awarded the Afghanistan National Police Medal of Honour in 2014, for his work in developing and delivering Counter Terrorism training programmes to the ANP.

As well as his work with Police CPI, Guy still works as a consultant for the United Nations. He is also a Fellow of the Institute for Strategic Risk Management.

You can register to attend the event here.