ACC Local Policing West
Assistant Chief Constable Mark Williams
Mark Williams joined Lothian and Borders Police in 1993.
In 1996, he was promoted to Sergeant at Wester Hailes. In 1999, he moved to Penicuik as Inspector before moving on to force headquarters where he undertook a number of departmental roles.
Mark was promoted to Chief Inspector and served as staff officer to the Chief Constable before being posted to Corstorphine as the officer in charge of West Edinburgh.
As a Superintendent he held roles in the Force Communications Centre and was the City Centre Commander. In February 2010 he was promoted to Chief Superintendent with responsibility for East and Mid-Lothian.
Prior to his current role, Mark was Local Police Commander of the Edinburgh City Division.
In December 2015, he was appointed Assistant Chief Constable of the Police Service of Scotland with responsibility for Local Policing in the West of Scotland.;
ACC Williams is also the porfolio lead for the following areas of business:
- Violence, Disorder and Anti-Social Behaviour
- Missing Persons
- Stop and Search
- Firearms and Liqour Licensing
- Emergency Services Mobile Communications Project.