Redgrave will be a Fulbright visiting scholar at Harvard from September 2010 through February 2011, whilst on a career break from the UK Prime Minister\'s Strategy Unit. He will undertake research on the challenges and potential for stronger European cooperation to prevent organized crime. After reading politics and history at the University of Manchester, Redgrave was awarded a distinction for a master’s in political sociology at the London School of Economics. Since 2003 Redgrave has worked within a range of roles for the British government, including the Home Office, Cabinet Office, and Learning and Skills Council. In 2008 he took over responsibility running the Prime Minister\'s Strategy Unit Home Affairs Team—leading projects on youth crime, organized crime, and police reform.