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Mike Cleary DipHE

Career Achievements, Expertise, Awards and Qualifications

Michael left policing as a Police Superintendent and Head of Specialist Training in Scotland. He holds a Diploma of Higher Education In Training and Development  and a level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring. His responsibilities included Road Policing training, Driver training, Detective training, CT Training, Surveillance training, Community Safety training, and Intelligence analysis training.  He had responsibility for negotiating and facilitating solutions across this diverse subject area – notably national policy in relation to driver training, quality assurance and strategic and tactical co-ordination and cross Government working.

Michael was specifically responsible for all Road Policing training in Scotland and police driver training standards across the UK.  He was the lead authorsubject matter expert responsible for the current police driver training programme in the UK including pursuit management techniques and emergency response.  As part of this programme he established the competency-based system on which police driver training in the UK is assessed and introduced a quality assurance process to ensure consistency of delivery and assessment.

Michael is involved in training delivery for Police officers from China and the UAE and in the further development of Road Policing training for the College of Policing.  He has experience of working collaboratively with corporate security professionals within the private sector, including those representing global companies particularly in the development of training solutions.

Michael also works for the College of Policing as an Associate Tutor where he has developed a number of learning standards in relation to the PEQF and the Police Constable degree programme not just in the road policing arena but across the curriculum and have been specifically responsible for Evidence Based Policing, Problem Solving Policing, Digital Policing.

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