Chief Constable definition

Chief Constable means the Chief Constable of the same relevant policing area as the Authority.
Chief Constable means the chief constable of the Police Service of Scotland,
Chief Constable means the person appointed under Section 2 of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 with responsibility for the direction and control of Lincolnshire Police Force

Examples of Chief Constable in a sentence

  • Steve Finnigan was the UK's longest serving Chief Constable and had led Lancashire Police for 12 years.

  • The Minutes of the Meeting held on 31 August 2021 were agreed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman Before introducing the Draft Police and Crime Plan 2021- 2025, the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) paid tribute to the current Chief Constable, Anthony Bangham on his last day of tenure as Chief Constable and for his 30 years’ service for West Mercia Police.

  • Indeed, Chief Constable James Anderton of the Greater Manchester Police ordered sub-machine guns for his officers in 1981, acting, he said, under the “Royal Prerogative” but without any authorisation from his Police Authority.

  • TENDER DOCUMENTS The following Tenders with a value over £10,000 which the PCC for North Wales or Chief Constable of NWP is party to are as follows: No Subject Tenderers 135 Video Surveillance System Service & Maintenance at Holyhead Port 1 OpenView Security Solutions Ltd 136 Legal Case Management System 1 Admin Control 2 Bondap Ltd 3 Datatank Ltd 4 DPS Software Ltd 5 Iken Business Ltd 6 Tisski Ltd 137 Cryd Y Dderwen Light Toilet Refurbishment 1 MPH Construction Ltd 2 NWPS Construction Ltd 3 X.

  • The Chair will either be a Police Assistant Chief Constable, Probation LDU Head or Prison Group Director.

More Definitions of Chief Constable

Chief Constable means the Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland;
Chief Constable means the Chief Constable of Police Scotland;
Chief Constable means the Chief Constable of the Police Department of the City of Port Xxxxx, and shall include an authorized designate;
Chief Constable means the Chief Constable appointed under section 2 of thePolice Act 1993 and includes the deputy Chief Constable;
Chief Constable means the constable appointed to the office of chief constable under section 7(1)(a),
Chief Constable means the Chief Constable of the West Vancouver Police Department and when applicable shall include their authorized delegate.
Chief Constable means a chief constable for a police force for a police area;