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DCC Graham

Deputy Chief Constable - Crime and Operational Support

Deputy Chief Constable Malcolm Graham has executive responsibility for Crime and Operational Support, which includes the following areas of business:

  • Major Crime, Public Protection and Local Crime
  • Organised Crime, Counter Terrorism & Intelligence
  • Operational Support

DCC Graham, who began his career in 1995 with Lothian and Borders Police, was ACC Major Crime, Public Protection and Local Crime at the inception of Police Scotland. He oversaw significant improvements to policing approaches in key areas such as sexual crime and historic child abuse investigations.

As ACC Strategy and Innovation, he went on to lead the development of Police Scotland’s 10-year strategy, Serving a Changing Scotland, then later served as ACC for Partnership, Prevention and Community Wellbeing.

He became Deputy Chief Constable in 2019 and took on the remit of Crime and Operational Support.



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