Jim Dickie, BGP’s Head of Investigations features in Channel 5’s new series “Meet the Psychopaths”. Jim discusses the case of Suzy Lamplugh who went missing in July 1986. In 2002 the Metropolitan Police named John Cannan, a serial rapist and murderer as the “only suspect” for the abduction and murder of Miss Lamplugh. Jim was […]
The Paris attacks, as well as other terror attacks carried out recently show that the West is currently losing the fight against al Qaeda and the Islamic State (IS).
Over the past few years we have seen a rise in the number of private criminal prosecutions. Ther
Digital Trust has put together some extremely useful guidelines on how to increase the security of your mobile phone.
Jim Dickie, BGP’s Head of Investigations and Crisis Management, who was formerly a senior officer on Scotland Yard’s Flying Squad, gives his view on the recent Hatton Garden jewellery theft.
Jim Dickie, BGP’s Head of Investigations is be a guest on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, where he will give his insight into the recent Hatton Garden diamond theft.
Employers who carry out back-door criminal record checks on potential employees co
BGP recently conducted a Crisis Management exercise for Vimpelcom in Amsterdam, hosted by Bobby Leach their Director of Group Communications.
Wednesday saw the launch of the Passion project, an initiative of the Milestone Foundation, whic
The following article was written by myself last year, and has now been updated in light of the recent release from bail of Zaid Al-Hilli, and the arrest yesterday of a man in France. I obviously do not know what is the basis for this arrest, and it is too early to speculate, although I am sure many others will.