Chief Superintendent Marc Budden
Head of Neighbourhood Policing, Partnerships and Uniform Operations
Marc joined Gwent Police in 1993. He has worked in each of the five Local Authority areas, which has enabled him to build good relationships with local communities and partners. He is a Gold Public Order, CBRN and Specialist Strategic Firearms Commander and also a Force Hostage Negotiator. He has commanded a number of large incidents both locally and nationally, including the Ryder Cup, NATO Presidential Visit and G8 Summit.
Marc has also obtained a Master’s Degree in Critical and Major Incident Psychology from Liverpool University.
Marc has always lived and worked in Gwent which makes him passionate about improving the way we deliver our Policing services to the public. He is proud of the Officers we lead in Gwent, who put themselves at risk every day to keep our communities safe. Marc is married with three children and enjoys spending his time with family, travelling and cycling.
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Chief Superintendent Mark Warrender
Head of Service Development
Mark joined Gwent Police in 1996 and has worked in a variety of uniform and CID roles throughout his career. He has held a number of key posts within Gwent Police, including Head of Operational Support; Local Policing Unit Commander in both Newport and Blaenau Gwent and Head of Professional Standards.
Mark is Chair of the Gwent Branch of the Superintendents' Association and has regional responsibility for Equality, Hate Crime and Cohesion. Mark is a Strategic Firearms Commander; Force lead for Hostage Negotiators and one of the Force mentors.
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