Cumbria's outgoing crime commissioner: 'I did what I said I would'

Cumbria's outgoing crime commissioner: 'I did what I said I would'
 

He landed a post surrounded by public apathy, ran into heavy criticism in his first months – but finished with praise and what police chiefs say is a “tangible legacy”.
Richard Rhodes casts his mind back to the morning he walked into Cumbria’s police headquarters as the new man to oversee county crimefighting.
“On day one I said: So where’s the job spec?” he remembers. “I was told ‘There isn’t one’. I was starting like that: with the proverbial blank sheet of paper.”
Mr Rhodes, who had previously been a headmaster, a magistrate and chairman of a probation trust, was Cumbria’s first crime... read more

 
13 May 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 21
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