Martin Jerrold has over 20 years experience in the staffing services, media and training sectors.
As Managing Director of the group, Martin is accountable for growth across all markets. He is responsible for the current and future commercial strategy of the business and for building and strengthening key partnerships.
Helen is a finance professional with over 15 years of experience with companies such as Ernst & Young and BDO Stoy Hayward.
Helen has been with the Red Snapper Group since 2008 spearheading the company’s rapid financial growth, managing key accounts as well as bids.
Simon is a a well-known and recognisable figure in the cyber security industry with experience across EMEA, North America, and APAC.
He has spearheaded Acumin’s growth into new markets whilst advising on and facilitating the european market entry for a number of US-based high-growth start-ups.
John started as a recruitment professional in the 90’s and has since gained experience in several niche industries with his passion and enthusiasm for recruitment.
Having been with Red Snapper for over 10 years, John is an expert in industry legislation and practices.
Sam has worked in the recruitment industry for over 20 years predominantly within public sector and central government.
As our midlands manager, Sam has created strong partnerships working closely with local organisations supplying a variety of recruitment services.
Kylie leads our learning business working with the law enforcement and commercial organisations, overseeing delivery of a variety of training Programmes and certifications.
A former MPS Detective, and a qualified trainer & L&D professional. Kylie has been with Red Snapper since 2014.
Jon leads the interventions team working with the offender management community. Having worked as a consultant for the government, and as a published author of several books on effective practice and working with service users, Jon is passionate about criminal justice reform.
Darren leads the RSMS outsource team delivering project support across the law enforcement and commercial sector.
With over 6 years of experience in the media, advertising and marketing industry, Shayan has a wealth of experience in brand, growth, and product marketing across sectors including Film & TV, Leisure and Quality Management. At Red Snapper, he oversees all aspects of brand communication, experience design, and growth marketing.
Gary Mason is a journalist with over 30 years of experience, specialising in law enforcement. Prior to joining Police Oracle as editor in 2019, Gary was editor of Police Review from 1995 - 2000.An expert on policing issues, he has written for the likes of Press Association, The Guardian and Express. Also, he is the author of the Official History of the Metropolitan Police.
Nurubee is an associate with the Chartered Institute of Secretaries & Administrators, leading a team of 10 across the group, and responsible for overseeing all the day-to day finance activities
In addition, she assists with external relationships.
Jane has 25 years’ experience in human resources, education and recruitment across a range of industry sectors.
Jane is responsible for the implementation of HR practices, processes and strategies to ensure both people and business successes.
Stuart is a seasoned technologist with a hands-on approach. He spearheads our digital product development and management efforts, orchestrating an infrastructure that supports workers and contractors across the UK and internationally. With a strong background in digital design and frontend development Stuart ensures the seamless operation of our technology services.
Anjum Mouj is a board member of Imaan, a charity supporting LGBTQI Muslims in the UK since its founding in 1999. She also serves as a trustee for Queer Britain, contributing to the recognition of LGBTQ+ culture and history. Anjum’s extensive experience includes directing the London Black Women’s Project, working as a trainer and consultant in Domestic and Sexual abuse awareness, and collaborating with organizations like NSPCC and the Premier League. Her commitment to activism, justice, and equality is reflected in her written work, including contributions to Amrit Wilson’s book "Finding a Voice."