Bernie Gravett delivers a speech to the Romanian Parliamentary Commission on human trafficking

On the 26th June 2017 at short notice Bernie Gravett was invited to address the Romanian Parliamentary Commission on countering human trafficking.

Bernie is an accredited expert on Romanian organised crime and human trafficking as was asked to comment on weaknesses in the Romanian criminal justice system and recommendations on how to improve the fight against the crimes of human trafficking and modern slavery.

Bernie Gravett invited to present at the 4TH CONFERENCE: TOGETHER AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING in Bucharest

Bernie Gravett was invited to take part in the 4TH CONFERENCE: “TOGETHER AGAINST HUMAN TRAFFICKING which was held in Bucharest, Romania on the 25th September 2017.

The conference was sponsored by a range of agencies including the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, the British Embassy in Bucharest, the Government of Israel, the Kingdom of The Netherlands, the Embassy of Sweden in Bucharest and the United States Embassy in Romania.

Bernie was chosen for his expertise in the field of human trafficking and international police cooperation.

Bernie Gravett published author

Bernie Gravett is a contributing author to the new publication'Using Open Data to Detect Organized Crime Threats (Factors Driving Future Crime)'

Bernie Gravett interview on Buzzfeed News re terrorist attacks

Our Director Bernie Gravett was a former Police Superintendent with the Metropolitan Police. As a Senior Commander he personally managed a number of terrorist attacks in London. Yesterday he was interviewed by Emily Duggan from Buzzfeed News. His responses featured as lead article on their website. See for the full article. Here is an extract:

2 great new projects with the NHS

The Athelney Group are proud to annonce two new partnership projects for the NHS. The Athehlney Group have been asked to design a range of secure mental health assessment rooms. Using the patented flat pack desigh the Athelney Group are able to 'build' a secure room within a room. This means that previously insecure areas can made into secure spaces to protect staff and service users who may be in crisis.

The Vulnerable Person Unit will maintain the core features with the Safer Detention Unit. It will: