Lieutenant Morrow began his career with the St. Louis County Police Department in August of 1994 and was assigned to the Division of Patrol - South County Precinct. He served in the South County Precinct until March of 1997, and was then transferred to the Division of Criminal Investigation. While in the Division of Criminal Investigation he served as a detective in the Bureau of Crimes Against Persons - Juvenile Unit, detached to the St. Louis County Family Court. After one year, he was reassigned within Crimes Against Persons as a detective to the Robbery-Homicide Unit.
After nine years in that unit, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in April of 2007. As a Sergeant, he was assigned to the South County, City of Fenton, Affton Southwest, and Central County Precincts, and in the Planning and Analysis Unit of the Division of Operational Support. Lieutenant Morrow was promoted to his current rank in May 2014 and subsequently transferred to his current assignment as watch commander in the Central County Precinct.
Lieutenant Morrow has been awarded two Chief's Commendations, the Distinguished Service Citation for Valor, and the Crusade for Crime's Medal of Valor.
Lieutenant Morrow earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from Benedictine College in May of 1992. He is a second-generation police officer with the Department, with his father, Sergeant Walter Morrow, retiring in 1998. He was born and raised in St. Louis County, where he currently resides.