New leadership team appointed by Cambridgeshire police
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Cambridgeshire police has put in place a new senior management team to oversee the fight against crime in Huntingdonshire.
Chief Inspector Laura Hunt remains in post, but will be joined by Detective Inspector Bryan Driver and Inspector Paul Rogerson to her team, along with new human resources manager Hayley Watson.
The changes follow the retirement of Inspector Dick Lowings and the promotion of Detective Inspector Leigh Allman.
Ch Insp Hunt said: “Bryan has worked in a variety of different roles and has a strong investigative, intelligence and public protection background. With the clear focus - rightly so - on safeguarding and protecting the vulnerable. We are very fortunate to have him joining us.
“Paul has a strong partnership and strategic background and these experiences will be of great benefit to the area.
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“I am confident that our combined experiences, knowledge and skills will make for a strong team; one that will continue to focus on our policing priorities of responding to community concerns, investigating crime and protecting the vulnerable, promoting and empowering staff professionalism, and, of course, keeping people safe.”
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