Charles Shoebridge (born 1961) is a British writer​, broadcaster, and commentator​ on security, intelligence, terrorism, and crime issues.[5]

Charles Shoebridge worked in counter-terrorism with the British Army and the Metropolitan Police until he retired in 2000.[2][3][4]

After retirement he worked as a pundit, making TV, radio and newspaper contributions, including as one of the host presenters of the television series Crisis Command. He ultimately won three separate employment tribunal cases against the Metropolitan Police, the last being for "victimising" him by interfering with his media work.[3]