British Association for Women in Policing

Hillary Clarkson

Committee Member

Hilary Clarkson has 20 years police service experience having joined Great Manchester Police Research & Development Department in 1993. IN 1998 she moved to Kent Police and ran the Business Information Unit moving to National Crime Squad (now National Crime Agency) as Head of Inspection in 2002.  She has undertaken a variety of governance roles in that organisation & now manages the Economic Crime team in the Intelligence Hub.  In her current role she coordinates intelligence gathering from a variety of agencies – UK and international and leads on the strategic intelligence picture of UK economic crime.


Hilary’s interest in diversity and gender issues in particular flourished post the Lawrence Review when she was involved in the team responsible for implementing the police recommendations. Since then her passion for ensuring there is a  fair and equal workplace for all has resonated throughout her work. 


Hilary is now an executive member of the British Association of Women in Policing and the Chair of NCA’s Gender Group.  Outside of work she grows her own fruit & vegetables and throws herself into life in the village where she lives on the Kent  / Sussex border. 

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