Join us for what will be an informative Briefing by Guy Ferguson, CEO of the Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (Police CPI) to outline how members can become recognised in providing accredited products and services and to help members understand the police strategic and tactical level viewpoint on the future requirements.

Guy Ferguson, Chief Executive Officer, Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (Police CPI), will outline how the Police owned and directed, not-for-profit Police Crime Prevention Initiatives organisation can assist member companies in becoming recognised as providing accredited products and services which are made to a police preferred specification and how members can be involved in understanding the police strategic and tactical level viewpoint on the future requirements to prevent crime. 







Born in the North East of England and having lived in the USA and Kenya, the Police Crime Prevention Initiatives (Police CPI) portfolio lead Guy Ferguson joined the Metropolitan Police in 1982 and rose through the ranks to become a Detective Chief Superintendent.

Guy led investigations into 50 murders and suspicious deaths in London and was the senior investigating officer leading the body recovery operation following the 1999 Paddington rail crash, which resulted in the deaths of 31 people. At the resulting public inquiry the families of the bereaved asked for their thanks to be passed to the police for the sensitivity and professionalism of the police operation. Guy was also commended by the Met Police Commissioner for his leadership and professionalism.

As Borough Commander in Sutton to his retirement in 2014, Guy helped the borough to become one of the safest in London, with a 35% reduction over five years. He was awarded another Met Commissioner commendation for professionalism and bravery, this time for dispersing rioters in Sutton Town Centre during the 2011 London Riots.

Married with three children, Guy’s family includes two black Labrador brothers (both failed police dogs). Guy is Vice-Chair of the Met Police Rugby Club, a keen cyclist and an avid reader, with a collection of thousands of military history books.

Guy completed his 32-year career with the Metropolitan Police at the time when Police CPI was looking for new leadership and being well known for his commitment to crime prevention and infectious enthusiasm for getting work done, Guy was appointed CEO in 2016.

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