DescriptionPaul had a successful career in the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) attaining chief Superintendent rank and developing an expertise in managing major sporting events, introducing and establishing innovative new approaches to policing. He was selected to lead major reforms in the style, content and measurement of police training through the Policing Skills Programme which led to involvement with Home Office Working Party and the application nationwide. He was appointed as the UK Regional Police Adviser, serving as a diplomat in the Caribbean responsible for 12 countries. His credibility for integrity, completing projects on time and developing personnel gained him a reputation which is still valid in the Caribbean Region. His police and post police careers demonstrate central themes of developing and delivering training, initiating new approaches to policing and a proven capacity to deliver. A Chartered Psychologist he mentored Psychologist seeking Chartership Status within the British Psychological Society. Involves 2 years of supervisions and support as candidates undertake 4 x 6 months areas of research, training and other key activities. Provide press and media briefings for the British Psychological Society (BPS) and the Division of Forensic Psychology (DFP) on subjects including community policing, managing major sporting events, policing football matches, conducting reform and modernisation programmes.
Paul Mathias MSc BA