Richard Tilt

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Sir Richard Tilt (born 11 March 1944) is the independent chair of the Internet Watch Foundation. He was appointed knight of honour during 1999.[1][2]

Education[edit]

Tilt was educated at The King's School, Worcester and the University of Nottingham.[1]

Career[edit]

Tilt first worked within the prison services during 1966. [3]He participated as a governor, subsequently appointed to Director general (April 1, 1996) of HM Queen Elizabeth II prison service, to retire sometime during 1998. Appointed as Social Fund Commissioner for Great Britain and Northern Ireland in December 2000 and served in this (part-time) post until 2010.[4][5]

Tilt was a panelist at a conference of individuals involved within the Prison Services, meeting to discuss and vote on issues regarding the Chaucer Unit. The Chaucer unit was created in order to investigate the services of Kent for instances of corruption and serious misconduct, as a consequence of the so-called ATM scam within HM Prison Blantyre House.[6]

Sir Richard chaired of a review of security in high security prisons of England and Wales, after the Fallon (et al) report of 1999. Sir Tilt and others suggested an increase of security to the level of security suggested by Faulk during 1985, and altogether making eighty-six recommendations, of these, all were subsequently accepted by the government.[7] Was invited to respond to the critique of the review of security at the high-security hospitals made by the individuals Dr Exworthy and Professor Gunn, to which a response was published June 2003.[8]

Tilt gave evidence with regards to the validity of a decision to house imprisoned individuals of the Loyalist Volunteer Force and the Irish National Liberation Army together within HM Prison Maze, giving this evidence during the 10th of December 2008.[9]

He was also elected to chair the Social Security Advisory Committee, beginning January 1, 2004, subsequently re-elected to the same for the same period of service (until 31 December 2009).[4]

Tilt was appointed independent chair of the Internet Watch Foundation during 2012.[10]

He has held chair positions of one National Health service Trust, and two authorities.[10]

Other responsibilities[edit]

He was governor of De Montfort University from 2001 to 2010.[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b debretts peerage
  2. ^ internet watch foundation (iwf)
  3. ^ The Lucy Faithfull Foundation. document. The Lucy Faithfull Foundation. Retrieved 2015-11-14. 
  4. ^ a b debretts
  5. ^ report published Friday, October 16th, 1998 by British Broadcasting Corporation News [Retrieved 2015-11-14]
  6. ^ T. Murtagh - Blantyre House Prison Affair: Lessons from a Modern-day Witch Hunt published by Waterside Press 24 May 2007, 200 pages, ISBN 1906534039 [Retrieved 2015-11-14]
  7. ^ doi: 10.1192/bjp.02.101 & doi: 10.1192/bjp.juncorrs
  8. ^ R. Tilt - report published by The British Journal of Psychiatry June 2003, 182 (6) 548; DOI: 10.1192/bjp.182.6.548 [Retrieved 2015-11-14]
  9. ^ Committee on the Administration of Justice - report dated to 10.12.2008 [Retrieved 2015-11-14]
  10. ^ a b c iwf

External links[edit]

  • Report - Press Dispensary 19-10-2007