Chris is listed as a guest speaker for one of our discussions but he does not work at Cumberland Lodge. We cannot share his contact details and it is not always possible for us to pass on contact enquiries to past speakers.
Assistant Chief Constable Chris Todd graduated as a Civil Engineer from the University of Birmingham in 1989 and having worked briefly in industry, joined the police in Hong Kong in 1990. He worked in a number of roles there before specialising in counter narcotics and returning to join West Midlands Police in 1996.
He was later seconded to the National Crime Squad as a Sergeant before transferring to the Serious Organised Crime Agency and later the National Crime Agency through to the rank of Superintendent; leading multi-agency national and global investigations focused on serious organised crime.
He returned to West Midlands Police in 2014 on promotion to Chief Superintendent and has commanded local policing units, the intelligence department and professional standards and counter corruption. He was Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Operations within West Midlands Police before attending the Strategic Command Course in 2021 after which he was appointed Assistant Chief Constable Police Service of Northern Ireland.