Malcolm became the Secretary of the West Area Committee of the Scottish Police Federation in April 2013
He joined Strathclyde Police in November 1989 were he was stationed in E division in the east end of Glasgow, where he worked in various roles in both response and Community Policing. He was elected as the Constables rep in that division in June 2003. He continued in that role when the divisions of D and E merged.
He has completed the Federation training courses in Basic Federation duties, Health and Safety, Conduct and Equalty.
He was elected as the Deputy Secretary of Strathclyde Federation in December 2008, where he remained until the creation of Police Scotland and he then undertook the role of Secretary in the West Area of the Scottish Police Federation.
He is currently a member of the Joint Central Committee, the Operational Duties Standing Committee and the Legislation & Regulation Standing Committee of the SPF
Fiona was elected to the post of Deputy Secretary (Equality) in September 2015 and took up the post on 12 October 2015.
She joined Strathclyde Police in 1988 and was initially posted to Glasgow City Centre. Following a three year attachment to the Support Services she transferred to the north of the city working both in Core Policing and Community Policing in the Saracen, Milton and Maryhill areas. In 2007 she transferred to Ayrshire Division where she worked in response policing in the Saltcoats, Stevenston and Ardrossan areas.
Fiona became a local Federation Representative in 2003 and is trained in Basic Federation Duties, Equality, Conduct and H&S.
Paul became the Deputy Secretary (H&S) in August 2016.
He joined Strathclyde Police in September 1994 and was initially posted to the South Side of Glasgow. The majority of his service has been within the CID where he worked in Glasgow, Renfrewshire, the Serious Crime Squad and Major Investigation Teams.
He worked on a number of high profile investigations into Murders and Terrorism offences. He also has experience of international enquiries, extraditions and planning for major events, having been seconded to the team responsible for the delivery of the 2012 Olympics.
During his service Paul studied part-time for a law degree and graduated with a LLB from Strathclyde University in June 2014. Where in addition to compulsory classes in Criminal Law and Delict (Scots law of damages) etc. he took elective classes in Employment Law.
Prior to being elected as a full-time SPF official, Paul was a uniformed Sergeant in G division where he had been a Sergeant’s rep since 2014.
In addition to being trained in H&S, Paul is also trained in Conduct matters. He is currently a member of the JCC and has recently been elected as the Secretary of the Sergeants Central Committee.
Martin became the Chair of the West Area Committee of the Scottish Police Federation in August 2016.
He joined Dumfries and Galloway Constabulary in September 1989 where he has been stationed in Dumfries, Stranraer Port Unit and Drug Squad. He was elected as the Constables rep in March 2000 and has held the positions of Vice Chair and Chair of Dumfries and Galloway Joint Branch Board prior to the creation of the Police Service of Scotland. He has also been a Constables representative at Joint Central Committee prior to the creation of Police Scotland. Martin became the Deputy Secretary of the West Area Committee of the Scottish Police Federation in December 2013 and has completed the Federation training courses in Basic Federation duties, Health and Safety, Conduct and Equality. He is currently a member of the Joint Central Committee, the Finance Standing Committee, Operational Duties Standing Committee and the Legislation & Regulation Standing Committee of the SPF.
Gary became the Vice Chair of the West Area Committee of the Scottish Police Federation in March 2015 and has the portfolio for Conduct.
He joined Strathclyde Police in May 1991 were he was stationed in X Division covering the Inverclyde area, and worked within response and community policing, crime teams and force support unit. Later he worked within Divisional Training, Officer Safety Instructor Trainer and Response Policing in Paisley and the wider Renfrewshire area .
He completed the Diploma in Police Service Leadership and Management and carried out a temporary sergeant post in Community Intelligence Unit. Prior to election he was posted to Community Policing in K Division.
He was elected as a Constables representative in October 2005 for K Division and completed local and national federation training courses in Conduct, Equality and Health & Safety. He has been active since first elected on the Committees and work streams for Conduct, Health and Safety, and Operational Duties. He previously served as the Chair of the Constables Board of both Strathclyde JBB and thereafter the WAC.
He is currently the Constables Representative for JCC and has held and or holds particular specialisms on a federation and force level in Conduct, Health and Safety, OST, Public Order and CBRN.