About Tom

Tom Scholes-FoggTom Scholes-Fogg is the Founder and Chairman of the National Emergency Services Memorial, a registered charity which is raising £2m to build Britain’s first national cenotaph dedicated to the more than 7,000 emergency services personnel killed on duty, and to give thanks to all who have served, including the nearly 2 million people who work in the emergency services today.

The NESM will be the national symbol of gratitude, sacrifice and remembrance for ALL British emergency services (Police, Fire, Ambulance/NHS, Search and Rescue, St John, HM Coastguard and the support services such as British Red Cross and Salvation Army). To donate please visit www.NESM.org.uk/donate.

Tom is also Founder and Chairman of the ‘Emergency Services Day‘ and the Emergency Services Festival of Thanksgiving.

The Charity is supported by the Prime Minister, Rt Hon Theresa May MP, Her Majesty’s Government, The First Ministers and Governments of Scotland and Wales, the Home Secretary and all living former UK Prime Ministers and Deputy Prime Ministers (David Cameron, Gordon Brown, Tony Blair, Sir John Major, Sir Nick Clegg, Lord (John) Prescott and Lord (Michael) Heseltine).

Additional Roles:

Tom serves in the Special Constabulary in a major English police force.

Previous Roles:

Tom has previously worked for four Members of Parliament, including managing the Parliamentary offices of two Shadow Ministers of State (Policing and DEFRA).  Tom has worked as a researcher to the Lord Stevens Independent Commission on Policing, to which he also gave evidence on police use of social media to interact with the public and fight crime.


Tom read Policing, Investigation and Criminology at University, and holds a MSc in Counter Terrorism.

Random fact:

Tom is a direct descendent of William the Conqueror via multiple lines of his family.

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