President: Keith Jackson
Responsible for the overall strategic direction of the association, Chairs meetings of the Board, appoints the members, other than any elected Director, of standing and special projects and appoints interim Project Directors should vacancies occur prior to the selection meeting. Is responsible for strategic partnerships including corporate members and coordinating sponsorship activity and represents the Association at external meetings. Also responsible for event and awards co-ordination.
Vice President: Matthew Bland
Deputises for the President, leads on projects such as delivering the training stream at the annual conference etc.
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Treasurer: Jacky Cattini
Responsible for the financial health and sustainability of the association. Send out notices to all members for the payment of dues, receive all monies due the association and deposit association funds. Monitor delegated budgets and ensure that annual reports on their use are in order and prepares the overall annual report of association finances. Acts as the official Company Secretary and maintains records with Companies House and completes annual returns as required to Companies House, HMRC or similar.
Communications Director: Ali Sharp
Responsible for leading and coordinating the way ACIA communicates focusing on the Twitter feed
ACIA is run by analyst for analysts, and it is only the efforts put in by members that enable the association to deliver benefits to all. Getting involved in ACIA’s activities can be very rewarding in terms of engaging in the wider analytical community and making contacts, of great exposure to project activities which help personal development and of satisfaction of a job well done.
We would suggest that people start by volunteering to contribute as a Project Member on one of the current projects. The commitment required from volunteers is flexible and does not necessarily involve large amounts of travel or time.
If you have a good idea and have time and effort to contribute then the association wants to help you make it happen. Drop us a line introducing yourself and letting us know the sort of things you’d like to contribute to email@example.com
The President: Keith Jackson
Keith served 17 years as a member of police staff , starting as an Intelligence Analyst, then head of Analysis and with his last role being the Head of Intelligence for the Regional Organised Crime Unit in the South West (called Zephyr) a post he held for five years. He is now a Management Consultant assisting mainly public sector clients with analysis and business change.
He has been responsible for delivering a range of projects on behalf of ACPO portfolios including:
Keith started his career an intelligence analyst on district and spent four years working his way through various tactical and strategic roles before becoming the Head of Intelligence Analysis for Avon and Somerset Police, a post he held for eight years. During this time he was involved in the project that created the first National Intelligence Analysis Training (NIAT) course and also led the national group that defined the National Occupational Standards for Intelligence Analysis, before leaving to take on the job of setting up the regional intelligence unit.
He is in the unusual position that every role he has held has not been performed by anyone else before.