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Police chief in charge of online abuse team faces bullying claims
"The specialist police unit which deals with online paedophiles [sic] and advises children on cyberbullying was in turmoil last night after its chief officer was revealed to be under investigation over complaints about ill-treatment of staff.
The allegations against Peter Davies, chief executive of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop), have been the subject of a secretive inquiry by a former chief constable.
The investigation was led by Colin Port, former chief of Avon & Somerset, and one of the country’s most experienced detectives."
1st October 2013
CEOP chief faces probe over behaviour
"Complaint over Peter Davies' management style leads to external investigation just days before launch of National Crime Agency."
You mean, this Colin Port?
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Sunday 29 September 2013 16.34 BST
Child protection agency chief under investigation over staff bullying claims
"Lincolnshire police say inquiry is under way into Peter Davies after complaints about his management style.
Peter Davies, head of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, has not been suspended and remains in his post.
The head of the specialist agency that tackles online child abuse and bullying is under police investigation over allegations about the ill treatment of his staff.
Sussex police is carrying out an inquiry into Peter Davies, chief executive of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop), after grievances were lodged against him, some from senior staff, about his management style, including claims of bullying."
Cya, Peter ...
29 Nov 2013
New head of CEOP and four non-exec directors appointed to NCA
"The National Crime Agency (NCA) has appointed a new head of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) command and four non-executive directors.
Johnny Gwynne, an assistant chief officer in Police Scotland currently on secondment to the National Crime Agency as deputy director of the Organised Crime Command, is to take up the leadership of the CEOP command on a permanent basis.
He was previously deputy director general of the Scottish Crime and Drug Enforcement Agency before it was amalgamated into the single national police force for Scotland in April this year. He replaces Deputy Chief Constable Peter Davies who was seconded from Lincolnshire Police to lead CEOP in November 2010.
The NCA said Mr Gwynne was appointed following a competitive process and paid tribute to Mr Davies."
New appointments to National Crime Agency
"The Director of CEOP role has been filled on a secondment basis since November 2010 by Peter Davies of Lincolnshire Police, the national policing lead on child protection.
Keith Bristow paid tribute to Peter Davies, saying:
“Peter has worked tirelessly to maintain CEOP’s unique contribution to safeguarding children from sexual abuse and exploitation. During his time as CEO, he steered [steered? right ;} ] the organisation through a period of significant change and its transition into the NCA. CEOP is now better able to protect children by drawing on the NCA’s specialist skills, wider resources, and international reach”. "
You never stood a chance, against the Old Guard, Peter.