We are pleased to announce seven expert advisers to support our organisation.
Deanna is Head of Safeguarding at Action for Children and has been a supporter of our education program for some time. She has engaged Enough Abuse UK to train their children centres. Deanna's experience will ensure our messages are always correct and addressing the key issues.
Ann is the Founder and CEO of Action Stalking Against Scotland and has worked alongside Enough Abuse UK on cases where Grooming and Stalking overlap. Ann is a Clinical Psychotherapist and Accredited Trainer.
Ann was Scotswoman of the Year 2014.
FELICITY GERRY, QC
Felicity Gerry QC is an international barrister with chambers in London, Leeds and Darwin and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Law at Charles Darwin University. In 2016 Felicity was awarded ‘Legal Personality of the Year’ and in 2015 she was described in the Legal 500 as a “fearless and independent minded person”. She led the appeal that corrected the law on joint enterprise in the UK Supreme Court and has appeals on the same subject in Australia and Hong Kong. She works commercially and pro bono, including assisting on death penalty cases. She lectures on women and justice and transnational law and has research projects on Women’s Health and Law, Women in Prison, Indigenous Justice, Child Rights and Cyber Rights. She is one of the foremost legal experts which broadcasters go to for media commentary and presentation of international legal issues such as child abuse and trafficking.
Forz is a London based Barrister with some 30 years experience having been Called to the Bar in 1988 by Middle Temple. Forz has been instructed as Leading Council in the Crown Court, The High Court & the Court of Appeal.
Forz is Direct Public Access qualified.
His background and experience make him ideal to help with the complexities of child abuse.
CRIMINAL & POLICE ADVISER
Clive is a former senior Metropolitan Police officer with a long history investigating child abuse claims within the establishment. Clive says his inquiry into 1980's London Children's Homes was "all too uncomfortable for a lot of people. His inquiry into the Stephen Lawrence murder resulted in the conviction of two of the killers. Clive along with Enough Abuse UK are participants on the Victim Rights Forum.
Sue has been Head Teacher at many large state schools and is well versed in the challenges of managing a school and the safeguarding issues around child protection. In relation to Enough Abuse UK she helps independent schools with a Safeguarding audit.