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Assistant Chief Constable - Current Numbers of ACCs
... Five ACCs Greater Manchester Police, West Midlands Police Four ACCs British Transport Police, Kent Police, Merseyside Police, Police Service of Northern ...
Meredydd Hughes
... John Hughes CBE QPM is a retired British police officer ... He served as Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police from 1 September 2004 to 2011 ... in 1979, and was transferred to West Yorkshire Police in 1995 to a position of Superintendent ...
Bruche Police National Training Centre
2.5587°W / 53.3995 -2.5587 The Bruche Police Training Centre was a training complex for probationary police officers in the United Kingdom ... was operated by CENTREX, the 'Central Police Training and Development Authority' ... Police forces from the northern part of England and Wales sent new recruits to the centre for the main part of their basic training, which consisted of the development of ...
List Of British Police Officers Killed In The Line Of Duty
... This article lists British police officers killed in the line of duty since 1900 ... Thousands of police officers in Britain are believed to have died during the course of their duties, but this article includes only those who were killed as a direct result ... also omits the more than 300 officers of the former Royal Ulster Constabulary and current Police Service of Northern Ireland who were killed during ...
List Of Law Enforcement Agencies In The United Kingdom - Territorial Police Forces - England and Wales - England
... Avon and Somerset Constabulary Bedfordshire Police Cambridgeshire Constabulary Cheshire Constabulary City of London Police Cleveland Police Cumbria Constabulary Derbyshire Constabulary ...

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