Sunday, 20 January 2013

Foreign police to be recruited as chief constables

Radical plans to improve the force’s leadership will see foreign police chiefs allowed to become chief constables, according to a newspaper report.

Theresa May, the Home Secretary, will say next week that she wants to change the law to allow men such as Bill Bratton, the former police chief in Boston, New York and Los Angeles, to run British forces.

Officers from America, Australia, New Zealand and Canada with “suitable and relevant experience” could apply.

Sunday Times (£).

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