Mrs Michele Larmour (Chair)
Mrs Larmour is a consultant in leadership coaching, assessing and training as well as international strategic police advisor, successfully contributing to policing in Mongolia, the Balkans, Ireland and North Africa. Internationally she has provided strategic consulting, advisory, assessing and mentoring services to clients facing critical leadership challenges whilst undergoing transformational change. Additionally, she has provided leadership knowledge, experience, strategic planning and governance expertise to the Executive Management team in a leading NI Government Department. She is an Associate Assessor with the College of Policing, UK and an Associate Leadership Coach with Queens University, Belfast.
Mrs Larmour is an experienced executive leader, with over 31 years’ service in UK policing, leaving in 2017 as Assistant Chief Constable, in England’s second largest force, West Midlands Police, having significantly contributed to the one of the largest UK policing transformations. Previously she served over 28 years policing Northern Ireland from July 1986, as an officer in the Royal Ulster Constabulary GC and then the Police Service of Northern Ireland. She was Head of the NI Police College, has a BSc (Hons) Degree in Policing and Police Studies, graduated top performer on the National Strategic Command Course and has completed the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Leadership Programme.