Jason joined South Wales Police in 2004 and served his first 5 years as a Constable in Pontypridd. In 2009 he was promoted to Police Sergeant and supervised a team of frontline response officers within the Rhondda Valleys. In 2013 Jason became a Staff Officer for DCC Richard Lewis before supporting the Gold Commander for the NATO Summit 2014 as Staff Officer.
Jason was promoted to Inspector in 2015 and became Local Police Manager for the Ely and Canton sector, managing a team of response and neighbourhood policing officers and staff. Jason was responsible for all policing functions across this sector and later took on the role of Communities and Partnership Inspector in Cardiff and during this time he had responsibility for Licensing, Hate Crime, Community Cohesion and Anti-Social Behaviour across Cardiff. In this role, Jason had divisional responsibility for wider engagement with statutory and 3rd sector partners to ensure that agencies work together to safeguard vulnerable people from crime and anti-social behaviour. It was during this period that his work was undertaken on the ‘frequent flyer’ demand.
Jason is currently a Chief Inspector in Merthyr and Aberdare where he is in charge of operational policing.
Jason was a member of the South Wales Police Neighbourhood Policing Team of the Year in 2008, was the Neighbourhood Policing Officer of the year in 2009 and in 2017 won an a force innovation award for his work in respect to the development of the Police Youth Volunteer Programme of which he holds force responsibility.