During his time at the National Crime Squad, Graham was one of only two officers from the United Kingdom to be seconded to the EU Commission, conducting a scoping study into the investigation of Serious and Organised Crime in Poland as part of that country's pre-accession to the European Union. In recognition of the work he undertook in Poland, Graham received a Commendation from the Director General of the National Crime Squad which was presented to him by then Home Secretary, David Plunkett.
From January 2000 to January 2003 Graham was Team Leader at The National Criminal Intelligence Service with responsibility for managing Covert Human Intelligence Sources.
In January 2003 Graham returned to West Mercia Police where, after a brief period on the Criminal Investigation Department at Bridgnorth, he transferred onto the Intelligence Unit at Shrewsbury Police Station.
In January 2007 Graham was promoted to the rank of Detective Inspector and appointed Head of the Divisional Intelligence Unit for Shropshire. He remained in this post until his retirement from the Police Service in April 2009.
Since his retirement Graham has developed a business known as Legal Legwork which provides investigation services to solicitor's practices throughout Shropshire.
Graham assists in the litigation department of Fodens Solicitors using his previous police experience in the taking of statements and forensically investigating evidence provided for court proceedings.