With a desire to promote the same exacting standards Bryan served as a lead trainer to aspiring officers from all backgrounds destined to work with both the British royal family and senior UK government ministers. He also designed and successfully managed the police service's first private close protection course delivered to a prominent community security team of volunteers. The rewarding role in training culminated in several years leading the national course by representing the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) as Course Director and lecturing to police services throughout the United Kingdom. He simultaneously served on the Metropolitan and National Police Close Protection Training Committees and as part of a small, select national team he wrote the police national close protection training course that received national accreditation and international recognition.
This broad, accumulated experience led to a number of global overt and covert analytic and training projects engaged as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the British government Foreign & Commonwealth and Home Offices, in the UK and overseas. Such projects included other police services, protective units and national security agencies and spanned numerous countries in five continents. He was personally invited as a Guest Speaker by the Australian Attorney General's Office to a national close protection symposium in Sydney, New South Wales and continued his travels to lecture to specialist departments in several other Australian cities.
On leaving the police service Bryan's passion for excellence was recognised by being asked to sit on the National Security Skills Advisory Group that reviews the National Occupational Standards for close protection. Subsequently invited to be a member of the National Close Protection Consultation Group, he ultimately continues to provide advice and guidance to the private security industry regulating body, the Security Industry Authority (SIA). He has proudly received personal and professional verification by the Security Institute and Association of Security Consultants, both of which he is a Member, together with the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Bryan is licensed by the Security Industry Authority.
The transition in 2008 from UK government to the unique and discreet private 'Family Office' environment has meant utilising his knowledge and experience to benefit private individuals and their families. In providing government standards with a very personal touch Bryan has successfully managed to securely accommodate the nuances and combination of personal, private and professional life.
With this depth of experience and number of quality professional associates gained by over thirty years in the security industry, Bryan enables Pivotal Protective Services Limited to be a comprehensive consultancy with a global footprint, ideally placed to make reasoned assessments, provide expert advice and deliver sound, bespoke security solutions for private and corporate clientele.