The man responsible for appointing Cumbria's new Chief Constable has told Lookaround that whoever gets the top job will face some difficult decisions.
Police and Crime Commissioner Richard Rhodes says spending cuts will mean the force will have to recruit fewer officers. He says the post, which was advertised this week, will be a challenging one.
Katie Hunter reports.
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