Robert Lambert MBE is a British academic and former undercover police officer. He served in the controversial Special Demonstration Squad and posed as a left-wing animal rights activist from 1983 to 1988, fathering a child with an unsuspecting activist during his deployment.Lambert is a lecturer in Terrorism Studies at the University of St Andrews and a senior lecturer at London Metropolitan University's John Grieve Centre for Policing. wiki
"In July 2011 Lambert took the CSTPV lead in a partnership with Dr. Basia Spalek and Dr. Laura Zara McDonald, University of Birmingham, founders of Police Community Engagement for Conflict Resolution (PCCT).. From September 2009, with Jonathan Githens-Mazer conducting Islamophobia and Anti-Muslim Hate Crime research at EMRC, University of Exeter...
"In recognition he was presented with the first ‘Friends of Islam’ Award by Dr. Abdul Bari, chairman of the Muslim Council of Britain, at the annual Global, Peace and Unity event in November 2007 and a ‘Building Bridges’ award at Islam Expo in July 2008. In June 2008 he was awarded an MBE for his police service. In October 2005 Lambert embarked on a parallel academic project, researching key aspects of MCU partnership experience. In January 2010 he was awarded a PhD for The London Partnerships: an insider’s analysis of legitimacy and effectiveness in the Department of Politics at the University of Exeter." 
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