Chair of Board Advisor
Trevor has spent 40 years in law enforcement and is a former Director General of both the UKs National Crime Squad and Serious Organised Crime Agency.
Trevor Pearce started his career with the Kent County Constabulary, specialising in criminal investigations, intelligence, and the management of serious crime.
Joining the National Crime Squad as a Detective Superintendent he progressed through a variety of senior roles to ultimately lead both National Crime Squad and the Serious Organised Crime Agency latterly transitioning to the National Crime Agency on its creation.
In these roles he held national responsibilities around covert law enforcement techniques, led policy in respect of serious and organised crime, oversaw complex international investigations, and maintained command roles in firearms and threat to life situations. He also provided advice to UK government ministers and overseas governments and agencies around the response to organised crime.
Since concluding his law enforcement career, Trevor has focused on regulatory roles and risk management in the public sector and is a Charity Trustee.
Trevor brings significant experience of running large complex organisations, dealing with international serious and organised crime, and investigation and intelligence practices including those around anti-money laundering, integrity, and anti-corruption.
Trevor supports the Securitatem Group as Chair of its Board Advisers and was awarded the Queens Police Medal in 2006.
In 2014 Trevor was made a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire.