DescriptionAdrian Rabot BSc retired as a superintendent responsible for Youth Policy within the Metropolitan Police Service and was the lead for delivering youth engagement and diversion programmes. He managed the development of Safer Schools Partnerships from their inception in 2001 in Southwark to force wide roll out and oversaw the development of national guidance through the association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO). He was also responsible for setting up the National Volunteer Police Cadets and obtained government funding for expanding police cadets in the UK. As an Associate of the London Policing College he has taught policing studies in Abu Dhabi to police officers and government officials from 2008 as the lead trainer for Youth Crime, Tourism Crime and problem solving, working for their Community Police and Police Crime Institute. He has also arranged training or visiting police officers from China, the UAE, South African and New Zealand. Adrian holds a BSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science and has 30 years of operational and community policing experience with the Metropolitan and retired from policing in 2010. In 2011 he set up the Youth United Foundation with Rod Jarman QPM to obtain funding to expand the uniformed youth organisation in the UK . Since 2017 he worked with the National Volunteer Police Cadets helping to expand the programme to develop new units and increase the membership to 10,000 cadets. As the London Regional Officer for the National Volunteer Police Cadets and a Met Volunteer he has worked primarily on risk assessments , teaching cadets police procedures and the law and delivering the Bronze and Silver Awards. He has a Level 3 Certificate to teach in further adult education, is a Duke of Edinburgh Expedition (DofE)Assessor.
Adrian Rabot BSc