Our Teesside Correspondent Rachel Bullock looks back at what Jacqui Cheer achieved during her time at Cleveland Police.
Chief Constable Jacqui Cheer has announced her retirement from policing after 32 years of service.
The chief constable of Cleveland Police has called for more debate on what should be considered as anti-social behaviour among young people.
Jacqui Cheer says there is a big difference between teenagers gathering together, exploring the world and growing up - and behaviour which needs to be punished by police.
But the debate remains divisive.
The Chief Constable of Cleveland Police Jacqui Cheer has been talking to ITV News about the need for more young people to consider moving into careers in the force.
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