Steve Gwilliam served in the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) for 30 years before retiring as a Detective Chief Superintendent in charge of the Anti Corruption Command where he was responsible for the MPS response to corrupt police personnel and those that sought to corrupt officers. He was a member of the Interpol Group of Experts on Corruption (IGEC) delivering training and advice to countries on a range of issues including integrity testing and corruption proofing strategies.
He has also served on New Scotland Yard’s International and Organised Crime Department and was of the few Senior Investigating Officers responsible for the investigation of kidnaps and other crimes in action.
He is the co-author of the ACPO Murder Investigation Manual and was the project lead for the ACPO Kidnap Investigation Manual.
After retiring form the MPS, Steve pursued a career as a commercial pilot and in addition to his flying duties he was an approved ground instructor delivering Team Resource Management training (leadership, decision making, communication and team building).
Until, May 2017, Steve was Head of Intelligence and Investigations at the Integrity Commission, Turks & Caicos Islands where he was responsible for investigating corruption involving Government Officials..
Identifying and implementing strategies to combat corruption, Managing complex investigations, Kidnap, Team Resource Management.
Countries in Which Employed
Turks & Caicos Islands, Barbados, Antigua, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Malaysia, Thailand, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Georgia.