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ISMI (International Security Management Institute) reports that Andrew Perrey has recently joined, as Senior Consultant. His career in the British Army saw him retire with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He’s pictured at the ISMI stand at the ASIS 15th European conference and exhibition in London, on April 7.
Initially he was a Royal Engineer, before transferring into the Intelligence Corps. After serving in Hong Kong and training as an imagery analyst, Andrew then spent two years in Canberra acting as the Australian Army’s lead on protective security.
A graduate of the Army’s Advanced Command and Staff Course Andrew held a succession of security-related appointments, before becoming the Army’s Principal Security Adviser in North West Europe and later commanding a Military Intelligence Battalion. For the last ten years his career has taken in secondments to the UN in West Africa, the EU Council in Brussels and to the United States, firstly serving in an Operational Command and latterly concluding his career as a Deputy Director in the Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington.
ISMI founder David Cresswell adds that Andrew has been an enthusiastic and active member of ISMI since its early development and a member of the Professional Assessment Board. David Cresswell, ISMI Director said: “We are delighted that Andrew will now be taking on an expanded part-time role, leading on internal verification, military engagement and specialist intelligence related issues. He will add real value to the Certified Security Management Professional (CSMP) Diploma process.”
Andrew is a Security and Risk Management graduate from the University of Leicester and holds postgraduate qualifications in Strategic Management, Leadership, Intelligence and Security Management. He is also a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute. Visit www.ismi.org.uk.