Bill Morrell is an experienced police reform and governance specialist who has a proven record of working with government counterparts in challenging environments to introduce sensitive reforms to strengthen police institutions and improve coordination between key stakeholders. Following a distinguished police career in the UK that culminated as Chief Superintendent, he completed his executive policing career as Commissioner of Police for the Solomon Islands 2003 – 2005 during a period of on-going conflict.
Following this he has worked with four European Union police missions: In Sudan, he acted as Senior Police Adviser to the Head of African Union Mission for Darfur as part of AMIS 2; As Regional Commander in Bosnia’s Republic of Srpska for EUPM; in Afghanistan as EUPOL Head of Mentors, and as part of a crisis response team to EUBAM Rafah in Israel. Since the beginning of 2010 he has worked as an independent consultant with the South Sudan Police Service and with State Security Committees, principally based in Juba but with experience in other States.
He has recently completed an MSc in Security Sector Management with a dissertation focused on the integration of women police in post conflict states as a means of enhancing the concept of Human Security.