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"...the club looked outside the square for a guest speaker....and went for stories about the lock-up from former top cop turned TV personality Graham Bell.  We were regaled with tales of prisoners bouncing around in the back of police vans, strange goings on in the evidence storeroom and alleged courtroom capers......it was a welcome relief from the normal fare...."

Chris Rattue
Columnist
New Zealand Herald

"A high spot during the evening was guest speaker Graham Bell, who spent 33 years in the police and currently hosts the TV programme Police Ten 7. His talk was a string of highly entertaining, and sometimes downright hilarious, anecdotes from his years in the police."

Christine McCracken
Real Estate Institute NZ

"We thoroughly enjoyed your witty and informative speech - it would be fair to say that you had us all in stitches. The journalists present spent much of their time the following day reciting some of your stories!"

Edward Finn
Media Relations Manager
Ford NZ

"A great speech. The diners were pleasantly surprised with the mix of information and humour. Very well delivered. We'll get him back."

Richard Finney
The Richard Finney Luncheon Club

Graham Bell
 
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Graham Bell is the host of the long running and extremely successful television series "POLICE TEN 7".

Formerly Detective Inspector in charge of Criminal Investigations for the Bay of Plenty Police District.
With over 33 years in the NZ Police, most of it involved in investigating serious crime, Graham is one of New Zealand's most experienced and successful detectives.   Widely recognised as an expert in homicide investigations, he has also shown a flair and talent for getting his message across in the media.

Graham has also led and conducted major enquiries into a range of criminal offending from art theft to rapes, complex fraud and drug trafficking.

Graham has achieved a reputation for straight talking and backing words with action.

Since changing his career from the police to television presenter in 2002 Graham has also become recognised as a highly entertaining speaker with a seemingly endless store of unique and fascinating stories with a strong accent on humour.  He is also well equipped to pass on, and educate with, his media skills and experience.
In 2001 Graham was awarded the Queen's Service Medal in the Birthday Honours List and was named as one of 15 New Zealanders who had 'made a difference' in North and South Magazine's New Zealander of the Year issue.

Graham's unique experiences and razor sharp wit make him one of the funniest and most entertaining speakers available.