Henry Bolton OBE is a former army intelligence officer [21 years], and then a former police officer [6 years]. He later became the "UK bi-lateral organised crime, strategic reform and special operations adviser".
He has also been described as "One Of The World's Leading Experts on Border Management Strategies."
He was also head of the International Police in Croatia and, after this, District Governor for the United Nations.
Another feather in his cap was when he was the Head of Border Management programmes for the world's largest security organisation, the "Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe," [not EU] and its 56 governments.
He was also the Crisis Management Adviser to the Albanian Prime Minister's Office.
And served as an officer for over two years in Helmand, Afghanistan.
Not only has he been awarded an OBE for services to International Security but also received a police award for outstanding bravery.