Sally Leivesley

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Sally Leivesley

Dr. Sally Elizabeth Carr Leivesley (born 1 November 1949) is managing director of the corporate 'risk management' consultancy Newrisk Ltd, which "trains and exercises companies and governments on protecting people and business from extreme incidents". She is a former Home Office advisor and has acted as a media pundit on terrorism and other security threats.[1] Leivesley has advocated "strategic communications programmes to promote attachment of individuals to national goals, nationally valued careers and to national security."[2]

Leivesley has written for the Foreign Policy Centre (FPC), contributing to The Unlikely Counter-Terrorists, which was published in 2002. The Unlikely Counter-Terrorists was sponsored by BAe Systems, Control Risks Group and the Risk and Security Management Forum. Other contributors included John Bray of Control Risks Group, the former Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police David Veness, and the BBC’s Director of News Richard Sambrook. [3]



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  1. Newrisk Ltd, Global Operations (accessed 23 May 2008)
  2. Sally Leivesley, Sally Leivesley, 'British Policy and Influence on Trends in International Terrorism', accessed via the UK Defence Forum:
  3. Rachel Briggs (Ed.), The Unlikely Counter-terrorists (PDF) (Foreign Policy Centre, 11 December 2002) p.64