City of London Police
Chris is a Detective Inspector with 27 years service, the majority spent in the field of economic crime. He spent his first 20 years of his career in the Metropolitan Police, initially gaining a broad experience of investigation as a detective in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) He moved to the Economic Crime Department based at Scotland Yard where he held posts that included investigator in the Fraud Squad, London Regional Asset Recovery Team (RART), National Terrorist Financial Intelligence Unit (NTFIU), managing protracted complex corruption enquiries and as staff officer to Head of Economic Crime. Chris also managed the CCTV evidence processing for the 2011 London Riots and other public order enquiries. He transferred to the City of London Police in 2012 to take up a post as lead trainer at the Fraud Training Academy delivering courses to policing nationally and internationally as well as to government and the private sector. This was followed by a role as crime manager at the National Fraud Intelligence Unit (UK’s Fraud and Cyber Crime Reporting Centre) carrying out initial investigation and assessment of reported fraud for the whole of the UK. He has formal Qualifications in Financial Crime and Anti Money Laundering. Chris is currently in his second year seconded to the Cabinet Office Fraud Centre of Fraud Expertise heading up learning and engagement for the Government Counter Fraud Profession.