Lord John Stevens QPM
A past Commissioner of Police for London, Lord Stevens is universally known for his support of police and the work they do. Since his retirement from the Police Service he has been appointed to lead on a number of high profile investigations and enquiries, not least of which was the investigation into the untimely death of Diana, Princess of Wales. A committed supporter of our work, we are indeed fortunate in having him as a Patron.
Martin Hewitt QPM – Assistant Commissioner – Metropolitan Police
In May 2014, Martin was promoted to the rank of Assistant Commissioner. His primary area of responsibility is for professional standards, anti-corruption, and records management, and he will be the Management Board lead for preparing the organisation for a forthcoming public enquiry into aspects of undercover policing. He was awarded the Queens Police Medal in the 2014 Queens Birthday Honours. Martin joined the ‘Clubs’ in 2012.
The day-to-day work of the PCCGB is organised by the following retired officers:
Barry Jones MBE
The founder of the PCCGB, Barry has now retired from the Metropolitan Police where in his final five year post, set up the Operation ‘Paladin Child’ office at London Heathrow Airport, which targeted worldwide child smuggling through UK ports. Upon retirement he was engaged by the Home Office Immigration Inspectorate reviewing Child Protection, Child Smuggling and Trafficking issues for a year. He has now become fully engaged in the work of the Police Clubs
Another founder member, Derek is a retired Superintendent from Essex Constabulary who devotes his time to working directly for ‘The Clubs’
Again, a founder member, Gordon retired as a Detective Inspector from the Metropolitan Police in 2011. He now assists ‘The Clubs’ as his ‘day job’ allows.