Sean Sutton Head of Safeguarding Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP), National Crime Agency, UK Over the last thirty years Sean Sutton has worked in various specialist intelligence and analytical units including the National Crime Faculty, the National Police Improvement Agency, National Criminal Intelligence Service, West Midlands Police, the Regional Criminal Intelligence Offices, the Serious and Organised Crime Agency and latterly the National Crime Agency (NCA). Sean Joined the National Crime Agency’s CEOP command in January 2019 as the Head of Safeguarding. Sean Chairs the UK online Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Board and is responsible for the UK’s education programme designed at keeping young people safe online through the NCA’s Ambassador Programme. From 2013 Sean was head of the National Investigative Capabilities unit within the NCA responsible for the major crime investigative support team, the national missing persons unit and the serious crime analysis section. Sean was responsible for setting up the Missing Persons Bureau in April 2007. The Bureau is a national unit and holds the policy portfolio for the policing aspects of missing persons. It is responsible for identifying cross border matches between found bodies or remains and missing person reports. In 1998 Sean joined the National Crime Faculty to set up the National Serious Crime Analysis Section (SCAS) tasked with identifying linked and serial rape and murder cases throughout the UK. SCAS still routinely identifies links between the most serious crimes, highlighting possible suspects and supporting the pursuit and prosecution of offenders.