Brendan formed Bluelight as he retired from the police a few years ago. Since then he has gone on to inspire about 1.5% of all the police in England and Wales (over 1800) to succeed through the police recruitment guidance delivered by Bluelight.
About 94% of those who attend Brendan’s Police Assessment Centre Seminars, online courses or 1-2-1 coaching have gone on to pass.
As a sergeant in GMP Brendan qualified as a police trainer, assessor and internal quality assurer with a responsibility for developing student police officers, police trainers and the assessors of police trainers. During this time he also studied for a Masters in Education where he was awarded a distinction for his research into improving police personnel evaluation and assessment systems. Following on from his research he was invited to join the Police Skills and Standards Organisation (PSSO – now Skills for Justice) Standards and Qualifications Steering Group where he provided support for the development of the police competency framework. He was also a member of the PSSO Assessment Strategy Group, which introduced the first national assessment strategy for the police service.
His last decade in the police was spent operational as a response and neighbourhood inspector.
‘Inspirational’ is how a Prime Minister, a Home Secretary, a Policing Minister and a Baroness have described Brendan’s work within the communities of Greater Manchester as a Neighbourhood inspector.
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Brendan hosts Prime Minister Gordon Brown on a visit to Sale Moor, Greater Manchester
Following on from Prime Minister’s visit, Home Secretary Jacqui Smith also recognises Brendan’s achievements in improving community safety in Sale Moor
Baroness Helen Newlove visits Offerton in Stockport to witness a stronger community as a result of Brendan’s work