Ex-Detective Chief Supt Bob Taylor has been hailed as probably Britain's most successful detective, after achieving a 100 per cent detection and conviction rate in over 50 murder and serious crime cases he headed. After hanging up his handcuffs, Bob went from policing to TV presenting and was The Chief in BBC 1's fictional whodunit series, The Murder Game.
Bob's dry and at times black humour have helped see him through some of the country's most notorious crime cases. Seeing a side of human nature most of us never encounter, Bob's anecdotes are compelling.
Bob has given light-hearted talks at many police functions and also speaks on serious crime issues to professional bodies.