Assistant Chief Constable (ACC) Jayne Meir started her policing career within the Metropolitan Police in 1996. During her time there, she was involved in numerous operations, including supporting the response to the July 7 2005 terrorist attacks and coordinating Counter Terrorism policing for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
After 20 years’ service within the Metropolitan Police, ACC Meir transferred to West Midlands Police in 2016 to become the local policing commander for Wolverhampton. She then became Director of Intelligence in 2018, before being appointed as an ACC in May 2019.
ACC Meir currently holds responsibility for the crime portfolio, and is married with two children. She is also currently training to complete a half marathon.