The chief’s brief with Commissioner Pete O’Doherty, City of London Police and NPCC | SASIG
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Friday 28 June 2024, 11am-12noon (BST)

Pete O’Doherty first joined the police force in 2005 after graduating in mathematics and computer science, and became Temporary Commissioner for the City of London Police in October 2023. He has held various national leadership roles within policing, including the Special Branch Transfer Programme for National Counter Terrorism Policing.

He has worked across all areas, including major and specialist crime. He has operated in the economic and cybercrime space for over 10 years, working across government, policing and industry to improve the UK’s response to these types of crimes.

As the National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC) lead for Information Assurance and Cyber Security, he was commissioned by the Police Service of Northern Ireland and the Northern Ireland Policing Board to lead a review of the data breach impacting the force.

This Chief’s Brief will give us a privileged insight into Pete’s career and experiences, and the lessons he has learned during his long and distinguished career. This meeting will be open to SASIG members only, and The Chatham House Rule will apply.

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Martin Smith MBE (info), Chairman & Founder, The SASIG, in conversation with Temporary Commissioner Pete O’Doherty, City of London Police, and Lead for Information Assurance and Cyber Security, National Police Chief’s Council (NPCC) 

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