Steve has served with Dyfed-Powys Police since joining in 1993.
The first 10 years of his service were predominantly in uniform roles, before working in a variety of investigative posts as a Detective Inspector, Detective Chief Inspector and Detective Superintendent, including CID, Professional Standards and Public Protection.
Steve held the rank of Chief Superintendent from 2017 as Head and Governance and Change, where he led a significant project in implementing a new digital public CCTV system across the largest geographical force in England and Wales. He then moved to Detective Chief Superintendent, Head of CID in 2019, a post which he thoroughly enjoyed, even when managing major crime investigations as the COVID pandemic broke. During this time Steve also served as Chair of the Dyfed-Powys Superintendents Association, supporting newly appointed Superintendents.
From January 2021, Steve was seconded as Temporary Assistant Chief Constable, to lead the Collaboration Programme across Wales, working closely with Chief Constables, Police and Crime Commissioners and Welsh Government. He took the role as the Temporary Assistant Chief Constable within Force from July 2022 during a period of significant change.
In June 2023, Steve commenced his role as as Temporary Deputy Chief Constable.
Outside of work Steve is married with 2 children, a son studying A levels and a daughter in University at Cardiff. Living in Pembrokeshire Steve enjoys walking on the stunning coastline and riding his bike. He has ridden in five Police Unity tours and plans to ride again this year.