Hertfordshire police chief retires after 30 years
A TOP police chief will be retiring next week, after 30 years with Hertfordshire Constabulary. Nigel Brown will leave his post as chief inspector of the custody and criminal justice policy unit, based in WGC, next Wednesday, September 2. Chief insp Brown
A TOP police chief will be retiring next week, after 30 years with Hertfordshire Constabulary.
Nigel Brown will leave his post as chief inspector of the custody and criminal justice policy unit, based in WGC, next Wednesday, September 2.
Chief insp Brown plans to become a teacher after retiring from the force, as well as continuing his charity work; supporting an orphanage in Zambia.
Chief insp Brown said: "I have thoroughly enjoyed my time working with Hertfordshire Constabulary and working for the people of Hertfordshire.
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"I will miss the people I have worked with and wish them all the best for the future.
"But now I am really looking forward to building on the charity work my wife (Alison) and I have already begun in Zambia, and starting a new chapter in my life.
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