Meet Our Team

HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary in Scotland

Gill Imery was appointed Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary in Scotland in April 2018. This is an independent appointment under Royal Warrant and confers wide ranging powers to look into the “state, effectiveness and efficiency” of both Police...

Lead Inspector

Tina Yule leads on strategy, planning, transformation, continuous improvement, corporate governance, management of corporate services and call handling for HMICS. With over 34 years’ experience in corporate functions, prior to joining HMICS she was a...

Lead Inspector

Brian McInulty was appointed as Lead Inspector in October 2019. Brian has a strong background in policing, having joined Strathclyde Police in 1989. He has served in a variety of operational roles across Lanarkshire, Glasgow and East Dunbartonshire. As...

Lead Inspector

Martin joined Grampian Police in 1990 serving across a variety of rural and urban communities before joining the CID and specialising in a number of areas including intelligence, counter terrorism and historical criminal investigations.  He has served in...

Support Inspector

Willie Falconer joined the Police in 1994 and throughout his police service has worked in both Rural and Urban environments in both the CID and uniformed duties. Willie also spent time in the Counter Corruption Unit, the Violence Reduction Team and a...

Inspection Support and Design Manager

Joanna Gardner fulfils the roles of; Design, inspection support, researcher, publications, website and Freedom of Information (FOI) management. Jo joined HMICS in March 2014.

Office Manager

Nicky Malloy fulfils the role of; Office Manager. Prior to joining HMICS Nicky worked for Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service. Nicky joined HMICS in September 2019.

Associate Inspectors

HMICS uses a cadre of ‘Associate Inspectors’ to augment HMICS inspection teams. Associates come from a range of backgrounds and have a variety of professional experience and skills which supplements the core team and provides additional capacity to carry...