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Esoteric appoints Dominic Turl as Head of Technical Services

Posted 5 February 2018 · Add Comment

ADS member Esoteric Ltd, provider of counter espionage and electronic sweeping company, has appointed Dominic Turl as its new Head of Technical Services.

Based in the company’s headquarters in Surrey, Dom (left) will be responsible for the delivery of Esoteric’s technical services, its operating standards and its technical innovation and development, working closely with all members of the operational and technical teams to ensure exceptional client service delivery.

A Chartered Engineer, Dom joins Esoteric from the Metropolitan Police where he was responsible for the selection, procurement, roll-out and through-life support of fieldable detection equipment for police counter-terrorism operations.

An experience technical leader, Dom has over 17 years of operational TSCM exposure.

“I am very pleased to welcome to Dom into the team,“ said Emma Shaw, Managing Director at Esoteric Ltd. “He’s coming to us with years of industry experience and a high level of technical expertise that is going to be extremely valuable to our operation.”

“Esoteric’s experience in this sector is well known” commented Dom, “and to join at a time when the industry is changing rapidly provides a genuine chance for me to shape our service offering, with a focus on threat identification and mitigation.

"By continuing to develop an industry-leading technical services team, I plan to ensure that Esoteric remains the first port of call for all counter espionage advice.”

 

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