Alarm Response Management CIC
We are a not-for-profit organisation
Retired after 32 years law enforcement service and has 11 Chief Constable's commendations for his work plus other awards. Pat has a wealth of experience of investigating crimes and incidents, managing and conducting covert surveillance, preparing cases, attending court and giving evidence, as well as serious and repeat case reviews.
Pat achieved the degree in Master of Education (UEA) based on organisational culture and learning. Pat is a Restorative Justice Facilitator. He continues to work in partnership across the statutory and voluntary sectors retaining contacts at all levels in the Public, Charitable and Military Uniform Services, as well as the wider Criminal Justice System, to reduce the need for repetition in the work place. Pat is qualified and authorised to conduct public space surveillance.
Pat was seconded to Her Majesty’s Inspector of Constabulary where he reviewed statistical information; writing and editing reports and briefing papers for Chief Officers and Government Ministers.
Pat has a strong background in voluntary service where he has held a variety of senior posts with King’s Lynn Area Resettlement Support; an advice provider to different language groups across West Norfolk, North East Cambridgeshire and South West Lincolnshire, where he obtained funding worth £375K; managed the project manager, staff, and volunteers. Pat was an executive director of West Norfolk Voluntary Community Action. Chair of West Norfolk NSPCC and Childline. Governor of St Edmunds School, King’s Lynn, where he was an active member of committees for Performance Management, Finance and Curriculum. Pat was a district commissioner in the Scout Association.
We want you to understand where we have come from and our passion for keeping people safe.
The project is not a "quick fix" but a long term attempt at changing the way public security, community safety and Policing is carried out in Britain. ARMGB was established as a Community Interest Company (CIC - which is a not-for-profit organisation) in response to central government allowing a new type of company, limited by guarantee, to operate in a similar way to a charity. A CIC can operate as a charity and still make a profit providing it benefits the community. Our profits will be returned to the community to fund projects like equipment for schools, road safety, drug awareness, or to support charities or organisations that make a difference in your area.