Peter Brown Csyp cpp, Senior Risk Consultant
Senior Consultant Peter Brown enables decision makers to build risk commensurate and resilient security solutions. He has led G4S projects to secure sporting and other major events since 2003, most recently supporting major sponsors during UEFA Super Cup 2016, the Champions League Final 2016 and the Europa League Final 2016. He has also delivered consulting services to help protect successive Wimbledon finals, British Grands Prix, Royal Ascot and the UK Conservative and Labour party annual conferences. Peter supports customers in other operating sectors worldwide including the extractive industries, finance & professional services, media & communications, and transport & logistics. He applies his global and multi sector perspective to identify and implement security best practice for major events.
Before entering the Security Industry Peter had a distinguished 25-year career in the British armed forces including 18 years’ service with UK Special Forces with a responsibility for counter terrorist operations. He is a member of the Register of Chartered Security Professionals (CsyP) and holds a number of professional qualifications including that of Certified Protection Professional (CPP) of the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS).
Major Event Experience:
Rugby World Cup 2015 - Peter directed an experienced team of G4S consultants as they conducted security vulnerability assessments at 13 competition venues and 41 team bases. Peter recommended enhancements to security and formulated security plans and Standard Operating Procedures. His work was not limited to securing venues only; he supported local authorities in developing welcoming but secure non-ticket event live sites in public spaces.
2012 Olympic Games - Peter’s support to London 2012 began in 2005 as London sought to win the right to host the Games. His independent and impartial assessment of the London 2012 bid prior to the International Olympic Committee’s visit to London in 2005 was used to demonstrate the additional lengths the L2012 bid team had taken to ensure resilience. In 2008-2009, Peter was instrumental in designing the successful solution to secure the Olympic Park Construction Site (OPCS). Peter was also a driving force behind the concept and implementation of the Operational Support Team, which was widely acknowledged as a successful enhancement to the guard force operation. From April 2009, Pete delivered a series of monthly risk and threat assessments to CLM and the ODA. From 2010 he scoped and implemented bespoke, risk-based security solutions for the Olympic Park venues and the Stratford City Development Lifeline Project.Back to top