Stuart Gibbon was born in the north-east of England and travelled to London to join the Metropolitan Police as a teenager. He remained there for almost 20 years, initially as a uniformed officer and then a detective. In the year 2000 he transferred to Lincolnshire Police where he spent a further 12 years before retiring from the police service.

During his police career he served as a detective at every rank from Constable to Chief Inspector. As a senior detective he was one of a small number of specially-trained Senior Investigating Officer’s (SIO) in charge of Murder investigations and was a member of the East Midlands Special Operations Unit (EMSOU), providing regional major crime support for the five East Midlands police forces.

After retiring from the police service Stuart wanted to continue to use his experience and knowledge to help others and decided to set up GIB Consultancy. He now advises authors and provides safety advice to the community.

Stuart Gibbon


Evergreen Befriending Service


"Stuart Gibbon's talk about 'Staying Safe' was very well received by the volunteers of Evergreen Sleaford, a 1:1 befriending charity for older, lonely, vulnerable people in Sleaford and District. The topics covered were of great relevance to the volunteers who visit people in their own homes as they need to be aware of risks to the people they befriend as well as themselves. Stuart gave us useful, practical advice to help our befriendees and befrienders."

U3A (University of the Third Age)


"Thank you for a clear, interesting and reassuring talk which was very well received by our members."

Widows Group


"Thank you so much for your talk which was well-presented and easy to understand with lots of helpful information. Everyone in the Group enjoyed it and we would certainly recommend your services to others."

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