Chief Constable

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Noun1.Chief Constable - the head of the police force in a county (or similar area)
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
police captain, police chief, captain - a policeman in charge of a precinct

chief constable

n (Brit) → Polizeipräsident(in) m(f)or -chef(in) m(f)

Chief Constable

n (Brit) → questore m
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THE Chief Constable of Cleveland Police will leave the force next month to take up another secondment at the College of Policing.
A NEW chief constable of West Midlands Police has been appointed.
POLICE and crime Commissioner David Jamieson has announced Deputy Chief Constable David Thompson is his preferred candidate to become West Midland Police's next Chief Constable.
The chief constable revealed he will leave at the end of November, long before the expiry of the contract he had planned to see out, which ends in 2016.
Mike Barton, chief constable of Durham Police, faced five allegations of misconduct after a member of staff complained about how their complaint was handled.
THE chief constable of West Midlands Police has announced he will step down from the job at the start of 2016.
GWENT Police's Assistant Chief Constable Lorraine Bottomley has announced her retirement after 30 years of service.
NORTHUMBRIA Police's Chief Constable Sue Sim is being investigated over complaints about the way she treats other officers.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a chief constable who died at the Sir Philip Myers, of Old Colwyn, once the youngest chief constable Britain.
A FORMER assistant chief constable at Merseyside Police has been revealed as the preferred candidate to take up the post of Cheshire's chief constable.
TRIBUTES have been paid to retiring deputy chief constable Jawaid Akhtar.
The Home Affairs committee was critical of Gwent commissioner Ian Johnston who "persuaded" Chief Constable Carmel Napier to retire, which meant the formal process was bypassed.

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