British Transport Police's new superintendent is former South Wales cop Andy Morgan from Porthcawl
British Transport Police's Welsh sector has a new superintendent.
Andy Morgan from Porthcawl has joined the rail cops after spending 29 years with South Wales Police, where he served in a variety of roles including, most recently, as chief inspector of operations in Bridgend.
The 47-year-old Welsh-speaker said he was looking forward to joining the British Transport Police (BTP).
He said: "I believe that joint working is the way forward and a partnership approach between BTP, the train operating companies and the other Welsh forces can only be a positive thing.
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"Ultimately, we all have the same aims and objectives — to keep the public safe and secure."
BTP Wales and Western Area commander, chief superintendent Peter Davies, welcomed the appointment of superintendent Morgan.
He said: "Andy brings many years of operational experience to this important role.
"He was very highly thought of at South Wales Police and his promotion to superintendent with BTP will enhance and improve our service delivery throughout Wales."