"It was the IPCC's view at the start of the investigation, as it was the view of his Police Authority, that Sir Norman's actions, if proven, fell so far short of what is expected of a Chief Constable that dismissal would be justified.
"The evidence uncovered during the investigation supports that view".
More top news
Two men accused of preparing to build a bomb for an attack in the UK will stand trial in June.
A mother-of-two was strangled by her partner in Halifax after she said to him: "I know what you're going to do, you're going to kill me".
Saturday looks like the best day for Sunshine. Some potential disruption on Sunday with difficult driving conditions.