Chief Superintendent Shaun Morley
Chief Superintendent Shaun Morley joined South Yorkshire Police in 1991 as a Constable, stationed at Woodseats, Sheffield.
In 1994, he became a Detective Constable, working in reactive CID and the Drugs Unit before being promoted to Sergeant in 1998, serving as both a uniformed sergeant on a response team and then a Detective Sergeant in reactive CID.
In 2001, Shaun was promoted to Inspector, undertaking a range of roles including work in Custody, Response teams and on the Sheffield City Centre Neighbourhood team.
He was then promoted to Chief Inspector in 2008 where he took on responsibility for operational policing in Barnsley.
In 2012, Shaun was promoted to Superintendent and became the Commander for the Sheffield East sector before becoming the Operations, Partnerships and Support Superintendent for the City.
Shaun was promoted to Temporary Chief Superintendent becoming the Sheffield District Commander in 2017 before becoming the rank becoming permanent in 2018 and leading to his current role as Doncaster’s District Commander.
Shaun was educated at University of Virginia gaining a BSc in Economics and Business Studies.
He has competed in Freestyle wrestling at World, European and Commonwealth levels before coming the National Team manager for the 2002, 2010 and 2014 Commonwealth Games as well as the 2012 Olympic Games.