We are a unique partnership of two highly professional and experienced individuals; each with their own expertise in specialist areas of law enforcement, investigation and senior leadership. Our UK police careers were spent working, leading teams, and securing results in complex and sensitive investigative environments. We now work together offering our complimentary skill sets to help a wide range of clients to develop staff, solve organizational problems, and improve performance. We are passionate about improving investigation and justice.
Dr. Andy Griffiths
BA (Hons) PG Dip FCM
Andy has over 35 years experience in law enforcement, organisational change, policy implementation and training design and delivery. He has a Ph.D. in applied psychology, post graduate qualifications in policing and research methods and is a qualified trainer.
He completed thirty years police service as a career detective in a large UK force specialising in interviewing and investigation, progressing to become head of force major crime, then intelligence and organised crime departments, and serving over 10 years on the national advisory body to all police forces in relation to investigative interviewing. During his police service he was a pioneer in the development of specialised interview training programs and was awarded a PhD for research on real life suspect and witness interviews. He has lectured, trained and consulted in countries as diverse as America, Armenia, Australia, Ireland, Iceland, and South Korea. He has also contributed to miscarriage of justice investigations in the USA, New Zealand and the UK.
Andy has spent time as a Visiting Professor at John Jay College, New York, is an Associate of the College of Policing (UK), Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Portsmouth, and Associate Scholar at New York University (Asia Law Institute). He has numerous publications and media appearances in the field of investigation and investigative interviewing.
BA (Hons) FCMI
Jacqui has extensive experience in law enforcement and investigation, including 30 years as a UK police officer, where she spent most of her career as a detective.
As a frontline officer she was trained and deployed in roles as an investigator, informant handler, specialist suspect and witness interviewer, plus family liaison and child protection. She progressed to serve at all ranks up to Detective Superintendent, where, as Head of Crime and Operations in West Sussex she was responsible for leading 700 staff conducting all types of criminal investigations including volume crime, domestic violence, and sexual offences. Across her career Jacqui specialised in high level intelligence development and intelligence led investigations, serving in several roles investigating counter-terrorism and organised crime. Most notably, she was Deputy Head of Counter-Terrorism Intelligence and then head of Serious and Organised Crime Investigations for the South East of England. In these roles, she was responsible for the development of highly classified intelligence and numerous high risk multi-agency covert operations. In addition to her operational experience, Jacqui has also been responsible for developing bespoke intelligence systems and processes which have been successfully implemented both regionally and nationally.
Jacqui holds an honours degree in History, and is a qualified trainer, assessor and verifier.