The deputy chief constable of Cleveland Police has been sacked after being found guilty of six charges of gross misconduct.
Derek Bonnard was dismissed a short time ago following the outcome of an inquiry by the Independent Police Complaints Commission. It comes five months after the former Chief Constable, Sean Price, was also sacked because of gross misconduct. Both men deny any wrongdoing.
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