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Dyfed-Powys Police Chief Constable Terence Grange March 2000 to November 2007
Terence Grange was the chief constable of Dyfed-Powys Police from March 2000 until retirement in November 2007. Mr Grange had joined the Army aged 15 and spent seven years in the parachute regiment before joining the Metropolitan Police. He later transferred to Avon and Somerset Constabulary before joining the Welsh force He retired following controversy after an extra-marital affair.

During his policing career, Mr Grange acted as the ACPO lead for Child Abuse and the Management of Dangerous Offenders. “He assisted in the creation of national police policy and legislation in these areas, and other issues involving violence within and outside families. His work with the Probation Service and the National Offender Management Service was critical in creating arrangements for the monitoring of sex offenders in the community and with the government in piloting ‘Sarah’s Law’.

Following a long battle against cancer Mr Grange passed away on the 18th May 2012. Aged in his early sixties, Mr Grange was married with three daughters and two grandchildren

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Dyfed-Powys Police Chief Constable Terence Grange March 2000 to November 2007

Terence Grange was the chief constable of Dyfed-Powys Police from March 2000 until retirement in November 2007. Mr Grange had joined the Army aged 15 and spent seven years in the parachute regiment before joining the Metropolitan Police. He later transferred to Avon and Somerset Constabulary before joining the Welsh force He retired following controversy after an extra-marital affair.

During his policing career, Mr Grange acted as the ACPO lead for Child Abuse and the Management of Dangerous Offenders. “He assisted in the creation of national police policy and legislation in these areas, and other issues involving violence within and outside families. His work with the Probation Service and the National Offender Management Service was critical in creating arrangements for the monitoring of sex offenders in the community and with the government in piloting ‘Sarah’s Law’.

Following a long battle against cancer Mr Grange passed away on the 18th May 2012. Aged in his early sixties, Mr Grange was married with three daughters and two grandchildren

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