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Graham McNulty is a former Deputy Assistant Commissioner (DAC) in the Metropolitan Police and former Deputy Chief Constable of Hampshire Constabulary. In January 2023, Graham retired from policing after thirty years service to set up Orochi Solutions, a vehicle to offer his unique expertise and experience to the public and private sector.
Much of Graham’s service has focused on tackling serious and organised crime. As the Metropolitan Police lead for this area he has engaged with law enforcement partners across the globe, targeting the most complex, determined, and dangerous organised crime groups. His international work was recently recognised by the US Embassy in December 2022, when he was presented with an award acknowledging his commitment to tackling crime globally. Graham has also led operations and initiatives tackling serious and organised crime in mainland Europe and the Middle East.
Graham has led on several high-profile national programs in his ten years as a chief officer. Most notably, he has been the national lead for county lines, involving efforts to counter the trafficking of drugs across the UK, and the exploitation of vulnerable people. Graham’s innovative, technology-led methodology turned this low-risk, high-reward crime type on its head. His Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary, Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS) has now determined a marked improvement nationally in this field. Immediately prior to his retirement, funding of £145 million was granted to continue this successful program over the next three years.
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