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Peter Davies

Peter Davies is the Chief Executive of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre bringing with him over 20 years experience in front line and strategic policing roles. Appointed to his role in November 2010, he joined CEOP from Lincolnshire Police where he had worked for many years in child protection, most recently as Assistant Chief Constable with particular responsibility for Protective Services. This involved leading a number of national and international significant crime enquiries encompassing the distribution of indecent images of children, domestic extremism, fraud, and serious organised crime, including leading force involvement with CEOP’s expert teams as well as multi force deployments and other partners.

Peter joined Lincolnshire Police in 1999, from Thames Valley Police, as East Division Commander. He was appointed Assistant Chief Constable in 2003. Among his responsibilities in that role were child protection, serious crime investigation and extensive partnership work to safeguard children and vulnerable young people. He recently completed a secondment to Nottinghamshire Police focusing on improved crime reduction and detection and has held national responsibilities on behalf of ACPO for several years.


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