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Senior leaders

Find out about our senior leaders.

Chief Constable Nick Ephgrave Nick was appointed as Chief Constable in July 2016.

Joining us from the Met, Nick has overall responsibility for strategic and operational co-ordination, professional standards, change programmes and Force performance.

He joined the Met in 1990, having previously worked as a physicist in the NHS. He rose through the ranks, spending time in Special Branch, Custody and Town Centre Proactive Teams at Brixton as a Sergeant and, as a DI in Peckham, running robbery and burglary squads. As an SIO he worked on the South London Murder Squad and received a Judge’s Commendation for his role as Senior Investigating Officer in charge of the successful re-investigation of the murder of Damilola Taylor.

His roles have also included setting up a guns and gangs unit in Southwark, Crime Commander for the Notting Hill Carnival over several years and Staff Officer to the Commissioner Lord Ian Blair. He was also responsible for designing and implementing the National Counter Terrorism Co-ordination Centre at New Scotland Yard and was Borough Commander for Lambeth before his promotion to Commander in Territorial Policing where he has led on Criminal Justice, Custody and Crime Policy for the MPS.

Nick was born and raised in East Surrey, where he still lives with wife Liz and four daughters. He’s a keen sportsman, enjoying cycling, dinghy sailing and swimming (the last two often at the same time!) and has represented the Met at wrestling. A keen musician, he plays the cornet in a brass band.

Gavin Stephens Deputy Chief ConstableGavin brings a wealth of experience from over 20 years within Surrey Police, serving in every rank up to the role of Deputy Chief Constable. His background and passion for policing Surrey means he is ideal for this role, leading on performance and change to keep Surrey safe.

Gavin has overall responsibility for strategic and operational co-ordination, professional standards, change programmes and Force performance.  Gavin also leads for Surrey and Sussex Police on digital projects and is the National Police Chief's Council lead for Local Policing.

Born and bred in Hartlepool, Gavin studied engineering at the University of Cambridge and worked for GEC Marconi Research as a sponsored student. After joining Cambridgeshire Constabulary he moved to Surrey Police in 1996, initially based in East Surrey on Neighbourhood Policing, then in Serious & Organised Crime, Professional Standards and more recently in the Neighbourhood Policing Command.

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Assistant Chief Constable Jeremy Burton

Jeremy joined the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) on 24 October 1988 and was posted to Kensington Division.

He had many roles during his time at MPS and was promoted through the ranks at various points in his career. Some of his roles include Sergeant in the Brixton Division, Detective Inspector in the City of Westminster and Chief Superintendent in Lewisham Borough. Whilst at Lewisham he developed the Level 3 Youth and Community Skills for Safer Neighbourhoods and introduced a best practice ‘Critical Incident Community Engagement Strategy’ across the MPS.  He also led the Borough response to the London Riots of August 2011.

In 2005 he undertook a Post Graduate Diploma in Criminology and Police Management, followed by a Master’s Degree in Applied Criminology both at Cambridge University.

In 2012, he was selected by the Assistant Commissioner, Territorial Policing to design and lead an implementation programme for the MPS Change Programme’s Local Policing Model and Public Access strategy across all 32 London Boroughs.

In 2014, he was further selected by the Assistant Commissioner, Professionalism to manage the MPS response to the ‘Stephen Lawrence Independent Review’ by Mark Ellison QC.

He is an active mentor for under-represented staff and High Potential Development Scheme officers and has been a National Assessor for the College of Policing since 2007. 

Jeremy speaks Spanish and French, and enjoys travelling, rugby, history, cooking, reading and playing the guitar.

ACC Nev Kemp

Nev began his career in policing at Sussex Police, where he has worked for 22 years. Most recently he has been the Chief Superintendent responsible for Brighton and Hove. He joined Surrey Police in May 2017 as Assistant Chief Constable with responsibility for local policing across the Force.

Whilst at Sussex Police, he has worked in a number of different areas and departments with roles in both uniform and detective roles. This includes Head of Crime and Counter Terrorism Operations; Head of Crime Investigation with a promotion in 2012 to lead the Protecting Vulnerable People Branch.

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Jane HarwoodJane is responsible for all People Services across Surrey and Sussex Police – this includes HR, Shared Business Services, Learning & Development and Occupational Health. Jane is also the lead for the Surrey and Sussex Corporate Services programme.
Jane started her career as an internal consultant at the Metropolitan Police before transferring to Surrey Police as Director of Corporate Development. In addition to her portfolio responsibilities she helped plan the boundary change between the Met and Surrey Police and led the reassurance policing programme.

Following completion of the Strategic Command Course she became Director of Corporate Development at Centrex before moving to the Museums, Archives and Libraries. Two years later she became the Deputy Chief Executive for the Metropolitan Police Authority and led the change programme to establish the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime. Later the same year she set up her own independent consultancy, providing executive support for Chief Officer teams and Police & Crime Commissioners, and consultancy on support service management.

Jane is a trustee for Missing People charity and a fundraiser for COSMIC.

John BoshierJohn joined Surrey Police in 1992 patrolling Woking and then the East of the county. John has undertaken detective duties within a number of departments including divisions, Force Intelligence, Proactive Investigation, Professional Standards and Major Crime, both in Surrey and then subsequently establishing the collaborated MCT for Surrey and Sussex. John also spent six months at HMIC as the specialist staff officer for major crime and serious and organised crime.

Chief Superintendent (East) Dave MillerDave transferred from Sussex Police to take leadership of Specialist Crime. Dave has served for 15 years in Sussex and with Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabularies and the National Crime Squad. Most recently he had responsibility for neighbourhood and response policing across West Sussex.

During his time at Sussex Police, he represented the region on tackling Organised Immigration Crime, Human Trafficking and Exploitation. As Chief Inspector and District Commander for Brighton Central, Dave was responsible for CID, response and neighbourhood resources and performance delivery.

Chief Superintendent (Operations) Neil HonnorFrom Highgate to Hastings Neil has policed a wide variety of communities across changing times and demands. Starting as a junior officer in the borough of Haringey in the 1980s Neil learnt about policing in the aftermath of the inner city riots. In the early 1990s he moved on to specialise in roads policing and accident investigation working across north London. After 10 years in the Metropolitan Police Neil moved to Sussex Police, he continued his career in Hastings moving through various crime investigation and uniform departments. Bringing the experiences of community policing from the inner city in early 2000 Neil worked on introducing the concept of Neighbourhood Policing into Sussex. As a strong advocate of partnership Neil led many of the changes that have improved community wellbeing across the county of East Sussex. Most recently that partnership approach has seen him develop the principles of; family key work, shared facilities, joint management and collaborative tasking across his area. After periods of specialisation in intelligence work and investigations Neil moved to become the Chief Superintendent Divisional Commander of East Sussex, this area covered a population of ½ million people from the rural communities of the high Weald to the seaside towns of Eastbourne and Hastings. With a special interest in the welfare of people with disabilities Neil is also the Sussex police champion for that group, he leads on improving policing services across Sussex for those with mental health issues and other disabilities both from a service users perspective as well as for internal employees. Most recently Neil has moved on to become the Head of Surrey & Sussex Operations Department, as a Strategic Firearms Commander and Public Order Commander he is well experienced in the Ops field, this role covers command for Roads Policing, Firearms, Public Order, Gatwick Airport, duties, planning and aspects of joint contingency planning.

Chief Superintendent Jon SavellJon joined Surrey Police in Feb 2000 and was initially posted to Addlestone. He has spent most of his career as a Detective starting as a DC at Woking, moving to be a Response Sgt at Camberley and then as a DS and DI at Staines before joining Major Crime. Following his time investigating a number of murders and suspicious deaths Jon was promoted to DCI and moved to central Public Protection and then Reigate as the East Division DCI. With the Force structural change to the Functional Model in April 2010 Jon was temporarily promoted to the Force Authorising Officer with responsibility for Undercover Policing, Central Authorities Bureau, Telecoms Liaison Unit, Source Handling, Prison Intel and Special Branch. Following this Jon led a change programme for the Comms Dept and worked for the ACPO team on Business Partnering for a year. In 2011 Jon was substantively promoted to Detective Superintendent and in early 2012 took the role of Head of Public Protection for three years before moving to be the Crime Superintendent for East Surrey for a year. In December 2015 Jon moved to be temporary Divisional Commander for West Surrey.

Jon lives in West Surrey and is married with three children with another one due in March

Paul BundyPaul is the lead finance professional for Surrey Police, ensuring the proper administration of the Force's financial affairs, so that the organisation operates efficiently, effectively and in accordance with statutory requirements and accounting standards. Paul is responsible for the effective management of the property portfolio, procurement function and fleet services ensuring value for money and compliance with best practice standards.

Paul joined Surrey Police in 1994 and was based at Farnham Police Station, he moved to the HQ finance team later the same year. Between 1994 and 2003 Paul undertook various finance roles and qualified as an accountant in 2001. He was promoted to Head of Finance in 2003 and gained the new Head of Finance & Services role in October 2010. Paul's aims are to ensure finance resources are maximised and deployed to best advantage for the residents of Surrey, to provide a value for money and operationally effective fleet, property and procurement service and to form a Support Services cohesive approach through our valued people to support front line delivery.

Neil RobertsNeil’s role means that he is accountable for all the infrastructure, systems, people and policies for the effective, efficient and secure management of data, information and knowledge for policing in Surrey. He also looks after Sussex too, as IT is a shared service between the forces. He joined the forces in November 2014. His career spans 20 years across a broad mix of Public and Private sector organisations, from leading IT for multi-national financial services companies to shaping the delivery of services within the Houses of Parliament. Neil’s particular expertise in integrating technology solutions and driving efficiencies through in times of great change are called upon heavily as policing becomes more and more dependent upon IT to meet ever-changing strategic, tactical and financial demands.

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