Shortlist for Chief Constable

The shortlist of applicants to succeed Sir Hugh Orde as Chief Constable has been revealed Adds Belfast Telegraph report. And BBC News profiles the five candidates.

One of the five is Bangor man Jim Gamble who is chief executive of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP).
Also in the running is Bernard Hogan-Howe, chief constable of Merseyside.
The remaining three candidates are Jon Stoddart, chief constable of Durham;
Paul West, chief constable of West Mercia;
and Matt Baggott, chief constable of Leicestershire.

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