Bryan Hutcheson BEM

Bryan served over 40 years serving in the British Army, primarily in the Special Forces. He has delivered specialist security risk management consultation globally for both Government services and commercial companies and has a proven record of success in setting up physical security facilities and personnel security (vetting) regimes and in assessing and understanding regulatory and management requirements for all security disciplines within the UK and overseas. Bryan is also a Member of the World Institute for Nuclear Security, (WINS.) and holds a current UK vetting accreditation.

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