Head of Joint Protective Services Alan McCullough

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Alan joined the Metropolitan Police in 1988 and transferred to Norfolk Constabulary in 1992. He has served in many uniformed and detective roles. He was promoted to Chief Superintendent in 2013.

During his service with Norfolk Constabulary he has performed the roles of:
• Detective Superintendent Investigations Directorate
• Intelligence Directorate with Authorising Officer responsibility under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000
• Head of Serious and Organised Crime
• Detective Chief Superintendent Protective Services Command.

As Head of Protective Service Alan is the Head of Crime for both Norfolk Constabulary and Suffolk Constabulary. He has been involved in the collaboration of both forces since 2009.

Since 2004, Alan’s service has exclusively been in intelligence and investigations with secondments to national policing roles. He has change and project management experience having completed The Home Office Research Project Managers Course, a Police Research Award and lead collaboration and restructuring of both Norfolk Constabulary and National units. He is also European Foundation for Quality Management qualified.

Alan has a BA (Hons) in Criminology and Religion and an HND in Leadership and Management.

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