Gloucestershire's new Chief Constable has been announced and for the first time in the force's 174-year history, a woman has been given the top job.
Suzette Davenport, who's currently deputy chief constable of Northamptonshire, will take over next month. It follows the resignation of Michael Matthews who is leaving after only six months to take up a new policing job in Cyprus.
Earlier we spoke to the new Chief Constable from Police Headquaters in Quedgely.
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