Kurt Eyre, Director
- Kurt Eyre
- 07780 958 323
- Skype@: kurt.eyre.ppd
- Meriden Hall, Main Road, Meriden, CV7 7PT
With 26 years of knowledge and experience gained in the global security, training and development sectors, Kurt has developed a principled and determined leadership, work and team ethic in helping improve individual and organisational performance and accountability.
Kurt has a proven ability to build and develop trusted, effective and adaptive business partnerships, programmes and teams in the fields of professional leadership, training, operational practice and organisational development. As former head of the UK College of Policing's international security and development capability and head of centre for the Police Staff College Bramshill, Kurt is dedicated to delivering integrated professional development and partnership services that enhance citizen safety across the public, private and academic sectors supporting global policing, national security, justice, stability and development.
Key achievements have included leading a multifaceted and commercially viable public sector policing consultancy that delivered locally relevant and sustainable leadership, operational and technical policing training services for multiple national, European and international Government and Policing departments and organisations, including Interpol and the United Nations. Masters qualified in international security sector management, he played an intrinsic role on behalf of both the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) and UK national policing in the systematic review, research, development and coordination of the UK government’s international policing governance and training assistance programming for over 11 years.
Kurt was also a co-designer of the internationally respected pan-EU and Canadian executive-level Master Class for strategic policing advisors, as well as being the UK representative of the European Police College Governing Board (CEPOL) and founding member of Interpol’s International Training Advisory group.
Kurt also worked within the private and not-for-profit sectors in leadership development, relationship management and organisational performance. Prior to that, he completed a Commission with the Royal Marines involving several international operational tours and various command appointments.Back to team