Divisional Commander Chief Superintendent Robert Moore joined Strathclyde Police in 1985 and has worked in Ayrshire, Glasgow, the Scottish Police College, Police Headquarters and Specialist Services in a variety of roles including, Plain Clothes Duties, Training, Operations, Community Safety and Road Policing. In 2011 Robert was promoted to Superintendent within Contact, Command and Control Division before transferring to the role of Support and Service Delivery Superintendent with Dumfries and Galloway Division in February 2014. In October 2014 Robert was appointed Divisional Commander for Dumfries and Galloway Division. Dumfries and Galloway Division Dumfries and Galloway covers some 2,649 square miles in the south-west of Scotland, an area of outstanding natural beauty in a mainly rural environment. The Division has two territorial command areas each having a dedicated Area Commander who has the responsibility for all day-to-day policing functions in that area. Each area is served by a number of community policing teams. These teams are built around the needs of local people. They are responsible for responding to calls in the local area, as well as looking for long term solutions to key issues. Your Priorities Protecting People. Reducing Antisocial Behaviour. Reducing Violence. Tackling Substance Misuse. Making our Roads Safer. Tackling Serious and Organised Crime. Terrorism.