Meet The Team

Meet The Team

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    Mandy Haeburn-Little

    Chief Executive Officer

    Mandy became the Chief Executive of the Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) in 2011 after a career largely spent in the private sector. Since then the organisation has undergone a complete transformation, establishing itself as a hub of innovation and business improvement.

     

    As well as being at the helm of SBRC and establishing London's first Digital Security Centre (LDSC), Mandy sits on a number of strategic boards within Police and Fire sectors. She is a member of the Serious Organised Crime Taskforce for Scotland, is a member of the Scottish Crime Campus Management Board  and sits on the Cyber Leader’s Board for Scotland as well as the Business Engagement Forum within Scottish Fire and Rescue Services. Mandy Chairs the Cyber Expert Group for Scotland and is currently leading two iterations of a cyber hub for Scotland, designed to support all business needs.

     

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    Ronald Megaughin

    Deputy Chief Executive Officer

    Chief Inspector Ronnie Megaughin joined Lothian and Borders Police in 1989. He has had a varied career including extensive periods of operational command in a number of different roles as well as responsibility for delivering significant change programmes around criminal justice reform. Over the last 6 years he has built an extensive knowledge of the business structures and business interests of Serious Organised Crime Groups in Scotland.

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    Grahame Clarke

    Associate

    Grahame has been an Associate of the Scottish Business Resilience Centre since 2014.  Grahame is a retired senior police officer, having served in Strathclyde Police and Police Scotland.  During a varied police career, he performed roles within, the Criminal Investigation Department, Public Protection and Safer Communities.  Grahame has also performed the role of Strategic MAPPA Coordinator within South West Scotland Community Authority Justice Area and was an Associate Inspector at Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary.  He currently chairs the Alcohol and Drugs Partnership at Dumfries and Galloway Council.

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    Arlene Campbell

    Best Bar None Coordinator

    Arlene is seconded to SBRC from Police Scotland with 14 years Policing experience, including posts in Force Control and Communications, Partnership Working, Licensing and Community Liaison roles and policing urban localities in the west of Scotland.  Prior to that she worked for 15 years in the Financial Services Sector, latterly as an Operations Manager specialising in pensions.

     

    Arlene has been in the role of National Best Bar None Lead for 2 years and works with partner agencies, trade and local coordinators to develop a safer and more welcoming city and town centre environment. She has developed strategic partnerships, added vulnerability awareness training to Police Scotland’s safer communities programme and reviewed the strategy and brand for Best Bar None. Her focus continues to be the roll out of BBN across Scotland with continuous development of the scheme and awards process.

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    Stewart Hurry

    DIPS Project Manager/Transport Resilience Manager

    Stewart retired from Police Scotland in 2014 after 30yrs service, joining SBRC in May 2015. During his 30 years with the police Stewart had experience in the areas of crime prevention including architectural liaison, safer communities, violence reduction and partnership working.

    On joining the centre, Stewart took over Project Management of the Distribution Industry Partnership Scotland (DIPS), a group of companies involved in the production, freight forwarding and distribution of spirits, produced in Scotland.

    In addition to focusing on the safety and security of freight, Stewart also leads the work of the SBRC in respect of the passenger transport sectors also. A current major project is the identification and development of a network of secure parking locations across Scotland.

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    James Scott

    Metal Theft/Business Resilience Lead

    Jim Scott is a Business Resilience Officer, based at Scottish Business Resilience Centre in Stirling.

     

    Jim is a seconded Fire Fighter from Scottish Fire and Rescue with 15 years’ experience . Before joining the SBRC he was seconded to Glasgow Community and Safety Services with a remit of deliberate fire reduction. During this time he worked with various enforcement agencies and companies, dealing with Environmental Crime and Metal Theft.

     

    Jim's role at the Centre is Business Resilience Lead and leads all of the centre's Metal Theft prevention work.

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    Graham Bye

    Scottish CiSP Coordinator

    Graham has a strong law enforcement background and brings experience gained as a senior manager within Central Scotland Police and Police Scotland. During his career, Graham performed roles within Criminal Investigation, Intelligence Development and managing multi-agency working solutions aimed at reducing the risk of harm within our communities. His experience will enable the Centre to work in partnership with key stakeholders and develop the membership of the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Partnership (CISP) in Scotland and help organisations become more cyber resilient.

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    Chris Lewis

    Retail &Tourism Resilience Lead

    Chris joined the Centre in November 2016. Chris is responsible for developing our retail and tourism partnerships and links, providing advisory support, advice and training, with the aim of creating a safe and secure environment for consumers, visitors and travellers across Scotland.

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    Lorraine Jarvie

    Business Resilience Officer

    Lorraine Jarvie is a Business Resilience Officer, based at Scottish Business Resilience Centre in Stirling.

     

    She is a seconded Constable from Police Scotland with 10 years Police experience in a variety of Roles including Response Policing, Architectural/CCTV/Crime Prevention Officer within Community Safety, initially with Lothian & Borders Police and latterly Police Scotland.  She has worked mainly in prevention & intervention, designing out crime within our communities.

     

    Lorraine welcomes the Challenge of this specialist National Role as part of the National Safer Communities Division and is keen to develop and grow the partnership working across Scotland, using established communication and partnership working skills.

     

    Prior to joining Police Scotland, Lorraine worked within in the Construction Training Industry as a Project Manager, working with Scottish Enterprise and employers, creating training programmes with certification and employment opportunities for participants.

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    David MacCrimmon

    SAOC and Counter Terrorism Lead

    David MacCrimmon is the National Lead for Serious & Organised Crime and Counter Terrorism, based at Scottish Business Resilience Centre in Stirling. He is seconded from Police Scotland where he has 19 years police experience in a variety of roles including Response Policing, Community Policing, Road Policing and latterly Border Policing Command at Glasgow International Airport. David has worked in both rural and urban communities, often in areas with significant issues and community tensions.

     

    David welcomes the challenge of this specialist National Role as part of the National Safer Communities Division and is keen to develop the CSSC system and Information Sharing Platforms to enable business to become ever more resilient to emerging crime trends and current threats and coordinating the delivery of Project Griffin training to businesses within Scotland.

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    Stewart Denny

    Business Resilience Officer

    Stewart Denny is a Business Resilience Officer, based at Scottish Business Resilience Centre in Stirling.

     

    He is a seconded police Constable from Police Scotland with 9 years policing experience in a variety of roles including Response, Community  and Rural Policing. Stewart recently moved post from Local Authority Liaison Officer where he worked closely with partners within Stirling Council Safer Communities .

     

    Stewart welcomes the challenge of this specialist national role as part of the National Safer Communities Division and is keen to develop and grow the partnership working across Scotland, using established communication and partnership working skills.

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    Gerry Grant

    Chief Ethical Hacker

    After a varied career in Retail, Sales and the financial sector Gerry returned to University in 2013 to study Ethical Hacking at Abertay University. During his time at University, Gerry studied the way in which hackers exploit the vulnerabilities found in computer systems. He completed projects on the weaknesses of public WiFi, encryption techniques amongst others.

     

    Gerry is passionate about raising the awareness of Cyber Security and the steps that businesses and individuals can take to help improve their security to help keep them safer online. He joined the SBRC during his final year at University helping to deliver presentations, training and Security Assessments.

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    Claire Melville

    Event Manager

    Claire Melville joined the team in October 2012 as our first Business Resilience Advisor. Prior to joining the Centre Claire was employed by Tayside Police where she advised businesses on physical security, CCTV and internal policies and procedures. Claire has since moved positions within the Centre and is now our Event Manager and works alongside our work stream leads in planning our annual calendar of events.

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    Fiona Skiffington

    Marketing Manager

    Fiona joined the Centre in May 2017 and has worked in both marketing and membership roles within the charity sector. Fiona is responsible for enhancing public awareness of the Centre through leading its communications and marketing activities.

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    Akvile Paldauskaite

    Membership Coordinator

    Akvile joined the Centre in October 2017 and is responsible for supporting the management of membership as well as member communications.

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