Sue Howard is a trainer and consultant with significant experience in the field of safeguarding children and safeguarding adults at risk.
She is a retired police officer, with many years’ experience of working within the Public Protection Unit dealing with safeguarding children and adults at risk.
She spent several years at the NPIA (National Police Improvement Agency, now COPS, College of Policing) developing training materials, and delivering safeguarding for children and vulnerable adults, investigative interviewing, serious sexual offences, and domestic abuse awareness training for the police service, social services, armed forces, and other agencies nationally.
After almost 30 years in the police service Sue then worked for Rutland County Council for six years as an Early Help Targeted Intervention Practitioner, carrying a caseload. Sue now regularly delivers safeguarding training, investigative and interview skills, and reflective supervision training.