head of GLAA single enforcement body lead , GLAA
Darryl is responsible for the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority’s future strategy, encompassing:
- Development of new powers
- Regulatory and innovative enforcement approaches
- GLAA lead on the development of a single enforcement body
- International exchange agreements supporting cross-border operations
Previously he held responsibility for the following operational teams:
The functions of the teams ensured that Labour Providers are compliant, and remain compliant, with the standards expected of the GLA, to be fit to hold a licence; and that those who operate outside the law are identified, and, where appropriate, prosecuted.
Darryl’s previous posts include:
- Assistant Director, Licensing at the Security Industry Authority
- Manager, Professional Standards Unit of the Counter Fraud Investigation Branch of Department for Welfare and Pensions, where he was responsible for the investigatory practice for welfare fraud investigators
He holds an MSc in Security Management from the Scarman Centre for the study of Public Order, of Leicester University; and is a Fellow of the Security Institute.