Head of Investigations & Surveillance
During his service in the Royal Air Force Police Cliff specialised in Investigative Police work, Counter Terrorism and was a designated Security Driver to the NATO Provost Marshall. On leaving HM Forces he then joined HM Prison Service where he gained further experience in Conflict Resolution, De-escalation and Riot/Public Order Training. Later in his career he went on to adapt his skills to the Private Security Sector working with K9 Personal Protection Dogs which was incorporated in Search, Rescue and Recovery missions. He is also a skilled and experienced Surveillance Operative.
Cliff is the co-founder of a Private Ambulance company that specialised in the movement and care of High-Risk Mental Health Patients in the Social & Welfare Sector. He is a member of the British Ambulance Association Committee and a mental health advisor.
His career in the private sector has included worldwide Close Protection for celebrities, international sports teams, corporate executives & their families.
Cliff has a keen interest in Rugby and is tear 3, First-Class Rugby Referee currently in the Gloucestershire Leagues. The pinnacle of his Rugby Refereeing career was being part of the World Rugby Officials and officiating in the final qualifying match between Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago at the RWC 2015. He is also part of the United Kingdom Anti-Doping Service for World Rugby.
Cliff is proud to be a part of Team Rubicon which is an Ex-Forces Veteran led Charity who deploy personnel worldwide after disasters. Being deployed to Alberta in Canada after the forest fires that destroyed over 80% of housing within the Fort MacMurray, Alberta region and more recently to Tortola in British Virgin Islands after Hurricanes Irma & Maria had destroyed more than 90% of fixed structures, where he took part in restoring fresh water supplies, basic sanitary needs and search and rescue to the local population.