DescriptionIan completed 30 years with the Metropolitan Police retiring in 2013. Ian was a Recruit Trainer at Hendon Training School achieving his PGCE in Adult Education and NVQ qualifications in Assessment and Internal Verification. At the school, Ian was an Instructor and Intake Manager, and has extensive experience of teaching, course design and planning. Ian designed and implemented the Written Work Assessment Unit after identifying that written evidence was not examined or assessed on the initial recruit course. Ian is a qualified Skilled Helper, Street Duty Tutor and Trainer of Trainers. As Inspector Ian served on Brent Borough as response team Duty Officer for 3 years. Ian managed critical incidents and was deployed as Silver Firearms commander. Ian successfully introduced Safer Neighbourhoods Policing on the borough. As Chief Inspector he was the Brent Partnership lead, responsible for all Safer Neighbourhoods Policing and Borough lead on Diversity and Stop and Search. As Chief Inspector Partnership for the Roads Policing Unit and Safer Transport Team Ian worked closely with Transport for London and borough councils. He specialised in casualty reduction and reducing cycle crime, winning the Goldstein International Problem Solving Award. He contributed to the London Road Safety Action Plan and vulnerable road user safety action plans. Ian worked as a consultant on the Construction Logistics Cycle Safety project before joining AECOM as Compliance manager. Ian is a qualified International/National Transport Manager and auditor. Ian audited Motorcycle Training Schools for the Motorcycle Industry Association ensuring national standards were met.
Ian Vincent PGCE Cert Ed