Nigel left the Metropolitan Police Service in 2011 where he was a Detective Chief Superintendent in the Specialist Crime Directorate based at New Scotland Yard.
He now works as a specialist advisor in the areas of sport regulation, integrity in sport, anti-corruption, economic and e-crime.
As well as being the Chair of the DRA he is also the Vice Chairman of the WPBSA and deals with all discipline and corruption issues relating to snooker. He has extensive experience in dealing with sport integrity issues.
He is a member of the Sports Betting Group and the Sports Betting Integrity Forum. He is a Sport Resolutions UK Panel of Arbitrators Special Member.
He was formerly the Head of Economic and Specialist Crime at New Scotland Yard where he on some of the most sensitive enquiries conducted by Scotland Yard. In 2010 he ran the corruption enquiry into members of the Pakistani Cricket Team.
He was awarded the Queens Police Medal for Distinguished Police Service in the 2009 Queens Birthday Honours. He has an MA in Individual and Organisational Development from Westminster University and he is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute.