Solomon is a senior member of the Sierra Leone security sector serving as Director of Research & Assessments at the Office of National Security. He has undertaken a series of short professional courses including the following: Basic Secret Intelligence Collection, Intelligence & Security Threat Assessment, National Security Exercise Writing, Defence Resource Management, International Seminar on National Security, Strategic Planning & Policy Development, Intelligence Cycle Management, Using Interpol Tools for Organised Crime Investigations, Using goCase Intelligence/Investigations Analysis Tool, Maritime Security & Transnational Organised Crime, National Strategies in Countering & Preventing Violent Extremism in Africa, Transnational Organised Crime for Law Enforcement Agents.
He has provided short-term consultancies for UNODC law enforcement project in Liberia (2018/2019) and facilitated at in a workshop on Border Management & Migrants Rights at the Legon Center for International Affairs and Diplomacy (LECIAD), University of Ghana.
Prior to this, Solomon worked for five years as a Lecturer and Part time Lecturer of English (Use of English & communication Skills) at Fourah Bay College and Milton Margai Collage of Education & Technology respectively. Since joining the Office of National Security, he served as Desk Officer in the Joint Assessment Team (JAT) for two years before being appointed Director of a newly established Directorate of Serious Organised Crime Coordination. He is currently Director of Research & Assessments, a position he has held since 2018. He is now in his eighteenth year of service at the Office of National Security. His key competences are policy analysis, strategic coordination and planning, research, drafting and presentation.
He is an alumnus of the British Chevening Scholarship programme and is currently a Commonwealth Scholar.