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CHRIS GILROY
Tel: 01482 571845
E-mail: londonjohn2@gmail.com
915 Spring Bank West
Hull, HU5 5BE
RECENT WORK EXPERIENCE
Executive Case Officer, Office of Security and Counter-Terrorism
Home Office, London
2007 - 2016
This section of the Home Office responds to operational demands of the UK
national security and law enforcement bodies for requests within the
Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act and the Intelligence Services Act and
maintain a close and effective relationship with the Home Secretary and the
Private Office of the Home Secretary – and other Secretaries of State when
required - to enable that role.
The role required:
◦ A comprehensive understanding of, and ability to, interpret requests from
law enforcement and the security and intelligence agencies within the
Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act and the Intelligence Services Act.
◦ Providing informative personal one-to-one briefings to senior Cabinet
Ministers about sensitive security and law enforcement cases – often
within extremely time sensitive operational timescales and demands for
law enforcement and national security case work.
◦ Negotiating, building trust and effective working relationships with senior
key stakeholders in operational elements of both UK national security and
law enforcement agencies at a local and national level.
◦ The role requires robust attention to detail and constant updating of online databases – often within extremely time sensitive operational
timescales and demands for law enforcement and national security case
work.

Key Achievements




During this time I was awarded a certificate of merit for work carried
out during the 2012 London Olympic Games – the largest peacetime
security operation in UK history
My work directly helped to this team being a finalist in the Home
Office's Team of the Year Award in 2013

Case Officer, Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC), Security Service HQ,
London
2005 - 2007








Casework within JTAC for the Special Threat Assessment Group
Supplied oral and written briefings and reports about VIP security and
terrorist threats personally to the Cabinet Office, Royal Household and
other central government security and intelligence bodies
Conducted raw intelligence analysis from CIA and SIS reporting.
Briefed senior government and police officials on terrorist threat including supplying specialist advice for Party political conferences
and protection teams
Worked closely to brief the British Joint Intelligence Committee, the
CIA other allied and NATO agencies towards the effective
management of any and all emerging and ongoing national security
incidents

Royal Navy Reserve 1998 – 2000
Naval Controllerate of Shipping, HMS President and HMS Wildfire
Executive Officer, Intelligence and Security Liaison Unit, Home Office,
London
2000 - 2005
Administrative Officer Liquor, Gambling & Data Protection Unit, Home Office,
London
1999 - 2000
Administrative Officer: Defence Intelligence Staff, Whitehall, London
1996 - 1998
Administrative Officer: Ministry of Defence, Whitehall, London
1990-1996
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS
BSc (Hons) Geography 1995, Birkbeck College, London University
I have also studied both environmental science and American history to
Masters Degree level.
Graduated from Duke University's On-Line course 'US Foreign Policy', 2014

Graduated from University of Michigan's On-Line course 'Science Fiction and
Fantasy', 2013
Scoring a total of 420 UCAS Points:
7 A-Levels including four at B grade (including Art, General Studies and
Geology).
6 O-Levels, including art, geography, history, English Lit., English Language
and maths
KEY SKILLS















Analysis of raw secret intelligence from national agencies and NATO
allies
Sharp and operationally tested in supplying timely research and
briefing on international security and intelligence reports for Ministerial
audiences
Proven ability to provide informative presentations to large audiences
Communication skills: expressing critical opinions in reports, one-to-one
meetings with senior officials and Ministers and also supplying official
seminars
Possess training in diversity awareness and Freedom of Information Act
requirements
Fast and proficient IT skills in Word and various spreadsheets
Teamwork: I enjoy working in both team environments and
independently
Problem solving: involvement in complex projects often with time
constraints
Self-motivation and time management: achieving university degree,
while working full time
Dependability: handled many sensitive issues while working within the
UK Civil Service and Reserve Forces
Can provide an excellent customer focused service
Creativity: often required to provide extemporised seminars for senior
audiences on issues relating to international security, geo-politics and
international terrorism.
PERSONAL INTERESTS

• Television: watching intelligent drama and documentaries
• History: conducting private historical research into English Civil Wars,
American civil War and the European inter-war period
• Journalism: reading a broad range of publications (local and national)
for the latest news, features and criticism
• New Media: researching and exploring on the Internet
• Cinema: going to cinema with friends; discussing film; reading critical
works
• Music: listening to many different genres of music and practicing the

piano
• Creative writing: I have written several, though not yet produced,
screenplays
• I hold a blue belt in Shotokan karate; a black belt equivilent in iaido
and have studied kendo, ju-jitsu, aikido and kick-boxing. I enjoy
reading and continue to expand knowledge through a commitment
to life long learning and study through on-line university courses
REFERENCES
References are available on request.


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