Andrew Pritchard Consultancy


Over the past decade, companies have promoted corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs in an effort to put a human face on their corporate image. Today, CSR is no longer enough – it’s a generic standard that lacks substance and doesn’t demonstrate a real, tangible impact on social justice. Leading corporations are evolving their mindset from CSR to corporate social justice (CSJ) by moving past feel-good projects and committing to positive, actionable initiatives. Business leaders have the power to become a platform for change but often don’t have the knowledge or trusted support system to get started. Leave a lasting impact on employees, families, and communities at large by starting with just one action.


For any TV, film, or documentary makers who need the advice, guidance, or opinion of a legitimate ex-criminal, Andrew is hard to beat, in terms of knowledge and lived experience. Andrew Pritchard Consultancy offers a wide variety of advisory and consultancy services.
Our highly experienced team of crime consultants provides unprecedented access and insight into Her Majesty's Prison & Young Offender Institutions as well as international organised crime groups, police corruption, and street gangs. We provide a very high-quality research service, that will save you a lot of precious time, and effort.
This will ensure that you have more time to focus solely on writing, without the added pressure of unavoidable research.


Andrew is dedicated to providing strategic guidance and expertise in the social justice system. With a deep understanding of the complexities and challenges within the rehabilitation and social housing sectors, we specialise in delivering tailored solutions to meet your organisation's unique needs. Our mission is to help you navigate the intricacies of the justice system, optimize your operations, and drive meaningful change. We assist our clients in developing effective strategies that align with their goals. From case management to litigation strategy, we provide the insights and direction you need to succeed. Andrew Pritchard Consultancy is passionate about improving the justice system. .

Andrew Pritchard

Andrew Pritchard is a well-known, and highly unusual man. He’s lived a unique and colourful life and continues to set the standard when it comes to bringing ideas to fruition.
You may have read his books, which have been endorsed by leading criminologists, universities, and colleges around the United Kingdom, and become recommended reading for students studying criminology. Perhaps you’ve seen him on TV or watched his podcast interview with James English.
Now Executive Founder of the AP Foundation, Andrew Pritchard was brought up in the London borough of Hackney and Stoke Newington, where he was part of Britain’s first post-Windrush mixed-race generation, born in the sixties. His first encounter with the prison service was in October 1986, when he was sentenced to 18 months in youth custody.
By the age of 21, he was organising some of the largest illegal warehouse raves in the country, during the acid house party craze of the late 1980s. A successful entrepreneur and concert promoter for over 27 years, he revived the iconic Reggae Sunsplash festival, staging one of London’s largest music events in 1999, at Victoria Park.
At the same time, he was also masterminding some of the world’s biggest drug smuggling operations and soon began appearing in the United States Department of Justice and Drug Enforcement Administration’s Annual Global Report and even featured in the Sunday People’s Criminal Rich List. In 2006, he was acquitted of a £100 million drug seizure case, before his  criminal career was finally brought to an abrupt end, which resulted in him receiving a 15-year prison sentence for intent to supply and perverting the course of justice.
Assessed by the prison service as a very high-risk Category A prisoner, for whom escape must be made impossible, he was to spend a number of years in some of Britain’s most challenging prisons, in the company of some of the world’s most dangerous criminals.
Being locked up and away from his ageing parents, family and children, Andrew had to face the consequences of his criminal past and it was whilst in prison, he made the big decision to change his life.
It was during Andrew’s time served first at HMP Belmarsh and in the following years at different prisons, that he changed from being a hardened criminal to a man who turned his life around and committed himself to supporting young prisoners to turn away from crime. Andrew focused on giving them hope and opportunity.
Following Andrew’s release from prison, he made the decision to form the AP Foundation, which is now a leading rehabilitation charity helping young people steer away from crime. For more information about the AP Foundation, please visit
He also runs an extremely insightful workshop focusing on mental and emotional resilience, drawing upon his own life traumatic experiences, and his subsequent overcoming of them.
Andrew is an extremely articulate and engaging speaker, with a track record of phenomenal success within the business, rehabilitation, film, television as well as documentary fields.
For anyone who wishes to hear about his highly unusual journey, Andrew would be the perfect keynote speaker for your organisation.
Andrew Pritchard | Jamaica TV

Andrew Pritchard appears on Smile Jamaica, which is a premier morning show for the TVJ network providing programming of news, information and entertainment.

During the live broadcast in 2007, Andrew donated $ 100,000 to Mustard Seed Communities, which is a Jamaican charity dedicated to caring for the most vulnerable members of society, especially disabled and abandoned children. 

Andrew Pritchard | Crime Consultant

Andrew is a credited Consulting Producer with several Production companies.  Andrew’s books have been endorsed by leading criminologists, universities, and colleges around the UK, to become recommended reading for students studying criminology. The documentary “Cocaine and Coconuts” is regularly shown to assemblies of students as part of Dr Daniel Silverstone’s work as a principal lecturer in criminology.

Andrew taking to a classroom of young people at “Realities and Consequences of Criminal Behaviour Workshop” hosted by the Palace For Life Foundation at the Crystal Palace F.C. training ground.

Early intervention is so important when trying to keep young people away from crime.

Andrew’s compelling story of transformation is featured in his new autobiography.

Stephen Mee and Andrew Pritchard – trade stories about their life of crime, in which they both operated as cocaine smugglers. 
The King of COCAINE – Drug Lord Andrew Pritchard tells his story.
£100m Coke Kingpin’s Redemption: Andrew Pritchard | True Crime Podcast 177
Andrew Pritchard Speaks of Acid House Days with Genesis’88 and Essex Boys shootings.

                                            Our current clients include