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Martin Huxley

Assistant Director, Home Office, Immigration Enforcement, Criminal and Financial Investigations, UK

 

IN FOCUS: Disrupting identity and document fraud



The fight against identity fraud is a constant battle between the authorities and the fraudsters. But, in today’s uncertain world, the stakes have never been higher. At one end of the scale, citizens face economic loss and disruption, with governments facing risks to national security at the other. The focus of this practical session is to identify effective ways to unearth and disrupt identity fraud networks, and to consider ways to combat fraud in action.



Biography
Martin Huxley is an Assistant Director, with the Home Office, Immigration Enforcement, Criminal & Financial Investigation Teams, which investigate Organised Immigration Crime. He has responsibility for London, Surrey, Sussex, Thames Valley and Hampshire, in addition to covert operations.

Prior to joining the Home Office, Martin served a distinguished career with The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), joining in 1983, and retiring in 2014 as Detective Superintendent, Deputy Borough Commander for London Borough of Lambeth.

He has served a number of South London Boroughs and Specialist Crime postings. His police career commenced at Woolwich and Twickenham Police Stations; he achieved selection as a Detective Constable in 1990 where he worked at Chiswick, Greenwich, South London Murder Command and, in 1995, transferred to South East London Crime Squad.

Martin achieved promotion to Detective Sergeant 1998 and worked at Peckham until 2000 where he transferred to CIB3 Anti-Corruption Command. In 2002 he was promoted to Detective Inspector, and joined Specialist Crime Directorate, SCD7, where he set up and led the pan-London Shooting Investigation Team. Martin also worked as a Detective Inspector on SCD7 Special Projects Team, managing and leading officers proactively concerned in the investigation of Contract killings, Firearm and Class ‘A’ Drug importation and supply.

He was promoted to Detective Chief Inspector 2004 and took over the role of Flying Squad Branch Commander for South West London, where he achieved significant success reducing and detecting commercial robbery offences and representing the UK with Europol and Interpol on International operations, Rudol II and the Pink Panther project.

Promoted to Detective Superintendent in 2009, Martin joined Bromley Borough as Deputy Borough Commander. As a result of the MPS reorganisation, Martin was transferred to Lambeth Borough as Deputy Borough Commander, Head of CID in November 2011, where he served until his retirement from the MPS.


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