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Brian Dillon

Brian DillonBrian Dillon MSc BSc (Hons) FSyI FICPEM

Following a career in British and international law enforcement, Brian Dillon is now a consultant specialising in crisis management and contingency planning. At New Scotland Yard, UK, he was the operational head of the Specialist Firearms Command and led a national counter-terrorism intervention capability and London’s armed response police. This included developing strategies to deal with armed attacks including multi-agency interoperability and developing strategic resilience.

Brian has worked extensively in Europe as the United Kingdom’s commander on the European ATLAS counter-terrorism intervention network. He has a comprehensive understanding of government level crisis response and recovery procedures; this included the design and delivery of Britain’s largest National Counter-Terrorism Exercise, Strong Tower.

As a senior investigator Brian worked in intelligence and anti-corruption. He has designed systems to prevent misconduct and safeguarded organisations during times of crisis.

Brian is a frequent speaker and writer on security issues and edits the CRJ blog on crisis management.

Brian’s consultancy can be found at www.rubires.com

 
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ALERTT is the Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training centre in Texas State University, and it provides the best research-based active shooter training in the US, writes Brian Dillon. The ninth annual ALERRT Conference has recently concluded afte
On June 8, 2018 Nurses Reaching out (NRO) held a celebration event to launch its new status as a UK registered charity at the Anise Bar in London’s Cinnamon Kitchen, writes Brian Dillon.
The US NIMS update is based on experience from the unforgiving environment of real world events and uses these lessons to improve future performance. The essence of this blog is to highlight some of these points, writes Editorial Advisory Panel Member Bri
The cover story of this issue is that of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). On September 21, 2016, the United Nations is holding a high level meeting at the General Assembly on this subject – only the fourth time in UN history that a health topic will be dis
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