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Chris Phillips

Chris PhillipsChris Phillips GCGI, Fellow of the Security Institute and Fellow of the Chartered International Institute of Security and Crisis Management

Chris Phillips was Senior Police Commander at Sports Stadia and former Head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office responsible for the UK Crowded Places Strategy based within the Centre for the Protection of the Critical National Infrastructure.

He has a vast experience of risk and crisis management, with an enviable reputation for delivery at both an operational and strategic level.

Phillips is skilled in managing change, devising and developing appropriate solutions to organisational problems. Accomplished communicator with extremely strong public speaking skills. A highly effective leader with a proven track record for leading organisational change, managing stakeholders and developing best practice. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to direct policy makers as well as motivational skills to achieve team success.

He has developed best practice across a range of business sectors and has knowledge of the Crowded Places Strategy, protection of hazardous sites, dangerous substances and the critical national infrastructure.

Phillips has well developed contacts within government, police and all sections of the security industry and has built strong reputation overseas through his global contacts. He is respected nationally and internationally within law enforcement and government and business. Phillips frequently appears on national and international media commentating on terrorism and serious crime issues.

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Chris Phillips says that although the business community can do little about the threat of terrorism, it has a duty of care to look after its staff and customers should a major event occur.
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