Rob Griffin has spent his whole policing career with Nottinghamshire Police after joining in 1995.
In the main, Rob has spent his time in investigative roles. Promoted from DC to DS in 2002 he then went on to work in Major Crime.
In 2006 he came back into Force on promotion to Inspector and following a short period as a DMI took up the role of Detective Inspector at City North.
In 2010 Rob was promoted to DCI in the City, and then in 2012, returned to EMSOU Major Crime, where he undertook the role of SIO, attaining his PIP3 and later PIP4 accreditation.
Promoted to Detective Superintendent for the County area in 2015, Rob later took over as the Head of Public Protection.
In 2018 Rob was promoted to Chief Superintendent and took up the role as Head of Local Policing, overseeing the return for the Force back to a Geographic model.
He was appointed as T/ACC in July 2021, with the Specialist Crime and Operations portfolio and attended the Senior Police National Assessment Centre (PNAC) in May 2022.
Rob is married and has a son who is at University in the USA on a football scholarship. He still puts the boots on himself, although fairly infrequently these days. His other hobbies include golf, tennis and running.