The chief constable of Hampshire Constabulary, Alex Marshall, is to leave the force to take up a position as the chief executive of the new national College of Policing. The announcement of Mr Marshall’s appointment was made today in the House of Commons by the Home Secretary Theresa May.
The date for Mr Marshall’s departure from Hampshire Constabulary is not yet confirmed, but is likely to be early 2013.
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