William Brame JP MSc BSc (Hon)
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William served for 30 years in the Metropolitan Police retiring as a Chief Inspector in the Specialist Firearms Command in charge of Community and Partnerships. Other positions included head of criminal justice, training lead, lead for Preventing Violent Extremism and head of Neighbourhood policing. In 2013 he was seconded to Kosovo working for the European Rule of Law mission.
After retiring he worked internationally on training and capacity building. In 2014 he worked for the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe as a Senior Community and Public Safety advisor in Kosovo.
In 2016 he worked for the European Union Advisory Mission to Ukraine in various roles, lastly as the Head of General and Community Policing and deputy to the Head of Law Enforcement, responsible for a number of key EU projects.
In 2019 he became a private consultant delivering training programmes for Agriteam Canada, for the Slovakian National Police University, for the German Police training college Boblingen and supported the European Union Police Service Training programme in the Netherlands.
In 2020 he was a guest speaker at two conferences in Ukraine on strengthening the role of women in the security sector. He delivered webinars for the EU on the principles of crime prevention through environmental design and for a Nigerian law enforcement forum.
In 2021 he worked for 10 months as a knowledge management specialist for UN Operations in Ukraine, on ‘human rights and persons kept in custody’ ‘training for trainers’ and ‘management and leadership’. He also delivered training for the Finnish ministry of the interior’s Crisis Management Centre.
He is a certified trainer for the UN institute for training and research and a member of the UN Security Sector Reform committee. He is a UN certified trainer on preventing and investigating sexual and gender-based violence in conflict.
He remains on the UK’s list of deployable expert advisors for the Foreign Office’s Stabilisation Unit for the 9th year. In the UK training on the PEQF programme and guest lecturing at universities, he is also a serving Justice of the Peace.
William holds a Master’s degree in Security Conflict and International Development, a Bachelor’s degree in Policing, as well as diplomas in assessing, training and diversity. He has had three articles published, the last for the Twai Human Security journal in Italy.