Detective Superintendent Terry Mann began his career over 25 years ago at the Old Attercliffe Police Station where he served in uniform and CID. He was promoted to Barnsley as PS before returning to Sheffield as DS some 12 months later.
In 2001, he was promoted to DI and introduced NIM to Rotherham District before returning once again to Sheffield, serving as the reactive DI at both Attercliffe and West Bar. It was there that he led on a number of high profile cases including several murder investigations before being promoted to Rotherham as DCI in 2007.
Later, he served two years as Head of Special Branch enhancing operational links with CTU and the Security Service before promotion to Detective Superintendent as SIO in Specialist Crime Services. He is PIP level 3 accredited and also one of three Senior Identification Managers within SYP.
In December 2012, he took up his current role as Head of PSD, leading the department into its next phase following the 2012 PSD review . He said of his transfer, “My role as Head of PSD is to enhance the standards of our workforce and help to boost the confidence of the public. It is the responsibility of all employees as representatives of South Yorkshire Police, to display the highest of standards of behaviour at all times. The huge majority of staff do this and are fine ambassadors of the organisation. Like me they are extremely proud to be part of South Yorkshire Police, however, there are some individuals who let us all down. It is those who people who will be subject of PSD's attention".
His contact details are:
Telephone: 0114 2921878