A shamed senior police officer who bared her breast during a drunken rant against a junior colleague has resigned from the force.
Former Assistant Chief Constable Rebekah Sutcliffe, 49, was given a final written warning after being found guilty of gross misconduct by Greater Manchester Police.
But now she has quit and landed a new job with Oldham Council with an advertised salary of £122,000 a year.
In November 2016, Ms Sutcliffe, who earned £109,000 at GMP, was disciplined for behaving 'shockingly, cruelly, and hurtfully' towards Superintendent Sarah Jackson during a gala dinner at Manchester's plush Hilton Hotel.
Her portfolio at the time included serious crime and counter-terrorism.
But early in 2017 she was seconded from the force to Oldham Council to oversee a project to encourage police and other public bodies to work more closely together.
Insiders at the force said she had been "effectively sidelined".
GMP said at the time said:
It has now emerged she quit the force six weeks ago and has been appointed to a senior position in Oldham Council's six-strong executive management team, headed by chief executive, Carolyn Wilkins.
In a statement GMP said:
The force declined to explain in detail how the salary costs were shared.
Oldham Council said in a statement:
But in July last year Oldham Council posted a video in which Ms Sutcliffe, speaking about her role, was described as strategic director of reform.
Promoting a Health Watch Event in Alexandra Park, she says in the video she has the "strategic lead at Oldham council for public health and also for something called the Thriving Communities programme" to promote the use of public space, exercise, healthy living and healthy eating.
Thriving Communities also includes "Placed Based Integration sites" where "multi-agency teams are "engaging the community daily on deep rooted system wide issues like anti-social behaviour, trafficking, and community cohesion."
An advert for the post of strategic director of reform was placed on a local government recruitment page in November, with interviews taking place in December.
According to the job listing it carries a salary of £122,000 and demands "a strong track record" of "providing strong leadership".
Ms Sutcliffe, a vicar’s daughter from Saddleworth, Greater Mancheste, was one of the most senior female officers in the country.
She drunkenly pulled down her dress to reveal her left breast during an hour-long rant at her ‘silly and vain’ junior over her ‘boob job’.
She told Supt Jackson:
During her disciplinary hearing in 2016, ACC Sutcliffe was described in a testimonial by former Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy, as an "excellent senior detective" and a "high performing divisional commander". She also led police reform and was a "powerful and original thinker".
Ms Sutcliffe declined to comment when contacted.