Cumbria's Police Commissioner Richard Rhodes is holding a press conference to face questions about his expenses and the investigation into them being leaked to the press.
There has been widespread criticism of the way that it has been handled - it centres around the costs of chauffeur driven car journeys taken by the Commissioner.
In a statement, Cumbria Police says it has well established internal whistleblowing procedures for issues to be raised by officers and staff and dealt with in a proper manner.
You can watch the lunchtime report from Hannah McNulty below.
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