Tim Gustafson has worked at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals Trust in the governance field from 2005. Before that, he was based at the NHS Counter Fraud and Security Management Service, where he wrote and provided training to NHS and other public sector investigators in investigative law and procedure. Tim also has a background in the charitable sector. At Victim Support, the national charity for crime victims where he worked from 1989 to 2000, he set up and managed a new initiative for victims and witnesses attending crown courts. This is now a permanent Home Office funded service based at every crown and magistrates’ court. He has trained public sector personnel as well as magistrates, justices’ clerks and other criminal justice professionals both in the UK and abroad on topics such as fraud law, evidence gathering, court procedures and the role of victims in the criminal justice system. He has a masters in criminal justice policy and was called to the Bar in 1998.