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Ross joined Dyfed-Powys Police in 2002 and was first posted to Llanelli. Since that time, he has worked in a wide variety of roles across the force area in uniform, CID and central departments. These include intelligence, specialist operations, offender management, corporate services and neighbourhood policing.
He was promoted to Chief Inspector in 2014 and has served as a Superintendent since 2017.
In addition to working in Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion, Ross served for several years in Pembrokeshire both as Detective Chief Inspector and Superintendent for the county.
He has overseen force investigations, major crime and covert policing as a Detective Superintendent, and has previously been a Senior Investigating Officer for kidnap and major investigations.
He is an experienced gold and firearms commander who leads on Prevent and Mental Health for the force.
Ross completed an attachment with the City of London Police during the Diamond Jubilee and 2012 Olympics.
He has a BA from Trinity St David’s University and an MsC in Police Leadership from Warwick University.
Ross is very proud to have taken over the Ceredigion Superintendent post in June 2022 having previously worked in the county as a Chief Inspector and Detective Superintendent.