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We have produced a norfolk constabulary organisation chart so you can see how our organisation is structured. You can read more about our senior policing and management team in the bios below.

 

Our senior team

Head of Joint Transport Services

Mark Davy
Mark Davy

Joint Head of Transport Services

The Transport Services Department consists of:

  • management and administrative section
  • vehicle and engineering workshops
  • vehicle commissioning centre
  • driver resources section.

The role of the Joint Transport Services Department is to provide an efficient and effective vehicle and transport service to Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies and Police and Crime Commissioners, meeting the operational policing needs under value-for-money principles within the resources available. It also makes sure services are consistent with Government, The Police and Crime Commissioner’s and Chief Constable’s policies, and UK/EU legislation.

As Head of Department, Mark Davy is responsible for:

  • Assisting the Police and Crime Commissioners and Constabularies in delivering the best service possible for the communities of Norfolk and Suffolk.
  • Providing the most cost effective service, optimising value for money for the tax-payer.
  • Minimising carbon foot-print, reducing journey numbers and length whilst considering alternative travel methods.
  • Maximising operational performance and public reassurance through the provision of a fit for purpose vehicle fleet.
  • Ensuring robust corporate governance and risk management.
  • Ensuring a high standard of health and safety.
  • Projecting a strong corporate image.
  • Realising partnership opportunities as appropriate.
  • Utilising emerging technology as appropriate.

Email: [email protected]

Head of Specialist Operations, Norfolk & Suffolk Constabularies

Superintendent Jon Dodman

Head of Specialist Operations, Norfolk & Suffolk Constabularies

Supt Dodman has over 27 years’ experience in policing having served in Essex Police prior to joining the Suffolk Constabulary in April 2013. Supt Dodman has spent the majority of his career in uniform operations and has served as a public order officer in all ranks.

The post of Head of Specialist Operations involves being the Superintendent in charge of Roads Policing & Firearms Operations Unit, Firearm Training, Dog Section, Operational Planning and Firearms Licensing.

Supt Dodman is qualified in all areas of Operational Command, he is a Specialist Strategic Firearms Commander, a Gold Public Order Commander and holds BSc (Hons) and MSc degrees.

Email: [email protected]

Head of Norfolk Legal Services

Alison Ings

Head of Norfolk Legal Services

Legal Services in Norfolk is headed up by Alison Ings who qualified as a solicitor in 1988.  Alison joined Norfolk County Council in 1988, working as a solicitor with responsibility for the provision of legal advice to Norfolk Constabulary.  In 1999, Alison moved to Norfolk Constabulary, as the Force Solicitor, to set up and manage an in-house legal department responsible for the provision of a comprehensive legal service to the Chief Constable.  Alison is also the responsible budget officer for Legal Services.

Today, Legal Services is an in-house team consisting of six lawyers and four support staff and provides a comprehensive legal service to the Chief Constable and his officers and staff on all matters of law.  The Department also advises officers and staff within the Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies’ joint departments and commands.

Email: [email protected]

Head of Joint Protective Services

David Skevington
Chief Superintendent David Skevington joined Suffolk Police in 1989 as a Police Constable in Haverhill.
Much of his career has been spent within the Criminal Investigation Department.

Ch Supt Skevington has led departments dealing with Police Intelligence and Covert Operations
and in 2006 set up Suffolk Police’s Serious and Organised Crime Directorate. He is a Senior
Investigating Officer and has led a number of Major Criminal Investigations in Suffolk.

In 2009 he was promoted to Superintendent for West Suffolk before taking up a position
as the Ipswich Policing Commander later that year. In 2011 he was appointed as the
County Policing Commander for Suffolk.

He was then promoted to Detective Chief Superintendent, Head of Protective Services Command for Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies in 2012.

In 2013 Ch Supt Skevington was appointed Temporary Assistant Chief Constable, where he had responsibility for Territorial Policing across Suffolk and remained in this role until September 2015, when he became part of the Suffolk Change Programme overseeing the Local Policing Review.

He was once again appointed to the role of County Policing Commander for Suffolk in December 2015.

He is also a Strategic and Specialist Firearms Commander and Gold Public Order Commander and has completed the Senior Police Leadership Development Programme.

 

Head of Joint Professional Standards

Detective Superintendent Katie Elliott
Detective Superintendent Katie Elliott

Head of Joint Professional Standards
 

The Joint Professional Standards Department consists of:

  • Serious Cases Unit
  • Complaints Management Unit
  • Appeals and Policy Unit
  • Vetting Unit
  • Anti-Corruption Unit

The department provides a service to the public, The Police and Crime Commissioners and Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies by:

  • managing investigations into complaints made by the public about the police
  • investigating internal misconduct allegations
  •  reducing the risk of corruption and preserving the integrity of the organisations.

As head of department, Katie Elliott is responsible for:

  • Delivering the strategic direction and delivery of the strategic aims of PSD, to provide a service to the public, OPCC’s and to Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies.
  • Ensuring all public complaints are assessed, recorded and investigations are managed in line with the Police Reform Act, referred to the IPOC where necessary, allocated appropriately for investigation and complainants kept up to date as per statutory requirement.
  • Overseeing the investigation of the most serious, sensitive and complex public complaints and all conduct matters relating to Norfolk and Suffolk officers and staff.
  • Ensuring the preservation of the actual and perceived integrity of the organisation, through the central authorisation of business interests, the monitoring of gifts and hospitalities and the vetting of new recruits, volunteers, partners and re-vetting and enhanced vetting of existing officers and staff.
  • Ensuring the reduction of the risk of corruption within Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies through proactive intelligence gathering, effective investigation and targeted preventative work.
  • Being the appeal body for appeals in respect of relevant public complaints and provide effective liaison between the Constabularies and the IPOC.


Email: [email protected]

Head of Joint Procurement and Supplies

Len Matthews
Len Matthews

Head of Joint Procurement and Supplies

The Procurement and Supplies department consists of:

  • Regional Development Delivery and Commissioning
  • Commercial Team
  • Stores Team
  • Supplies Team
  • Print Unit


The primary role of the department is to develop joint initiatives that deliver efficiencies and economies of scale, beneficial to all organisations.  The department also reviews and promotes the full use of National, Regional and 'Local' agreements to secure improved value for money.


As head of department, Len Matthews is responsible for:

  • Advising and co-ordinating a joint procurement policy and to provide assistance and advice to all Departments in relation to the external supply of goods and services; ensuring adherence to contract standing orders, EU Directives and Public Supply Contract Regulations 2015.
  • Oversee contract monitoring for strategic contracts.
  • Liaising directly with regional partners.
  • Actively contribute to a joint County wide Procurement Working Group in order to develop best practice.
  • Manage any skills gap, develop, undertake and promote a training programme in order to improve the performance of procurement staff.
  • Measure the outcomes resulting from the implementation and deadlines identified in the Financial Services Development Plan.
  • Maintain and update the joint Norfolk, Suffolk Contracts Register.

Email: [email protected]

Head of Strategic, Business and Operational Services

Gemma Stannard
Gemma Stannard

Head of Strategic, Business and Operational Services

Gemma has responsibility for the Joint Performance and Analysis Department (JPAD) and also the Corporate Development and Change(CD&C).

The Joint Performance and Analysis Department consists of:

  • Strategic Analysis
  • Tactical Analysis
  • Research and Information
  • Improvement and Evaluation
  • Crime Registry and Audit Teams

The department produces objective and ethical products that aid strategic and tactical organisational and operational decision making and support the Constabularies in embedding the principles of Evidence Based Policing.

As head of department, Gemma Stannard is responsible for:

  • The development and delivery of the department’s functions and products.
  • Setting the strategic direction in accordance with the requirements of the Constabularies and Office of Police and Crime Commissioners
  • Leading strategically for the Constabularies on Evidence Based Policing
  • Developing and ensuring the delivery of an EBP strategy and associated aim and vision. 

The Corporate Development and Change Department consists of:

  • Organisational Development – overseeing the development of organisational strategy, planning, risk management, continuous improvement, outcome based budgeting, policy and procedures and reducing bureaucracy.
  • Change Portfolios – encompassing the Business Support Review (BSR), Protective Services, Justice Services collaboration, and single force change programmes.
  • Business Applications – coordinating the delivery of the Digital Strategy, as well as the development and delivery of front, middle and back office IT business solutions such as Storm & the Enterprise Resource Planning system.  The future programme also includes development of Athena, the national Emergency Service Mobile Communications Project, and body worn video supported by an effective network and storage infrastructure. 
  • The Programme Management Office (PMO) – the planning and information hub for the Change Programme and Department, overseeing all existing change work, delivery of business benefits as well as future change planning for both Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies.”

Email: [email protected]

Head of Joint Justice Services

Our People
Head of Joint Justice Services

Joint Justice Services (JJS) consists of:

  • Criminal Justice Service
  • Custody
  • Custody Investigation Unit

 

JJS is responsible for managing detainee services at each of the six purpose-built Police Investigations Centres (PICs) in Norfolk and Suffolk. This allows Custody Investigation Unit (CIU) officers and staff to provide an important service to support front line officers by managing detainees through the investigative process. Cases are then managed through the Criminal Justice Service to CPS, the Courts and wider Criminal Justice System.

As head of department, Julie Wvendth is responsible for ensuring that:

  • a high quality of service is provided to the users of our modern, purpose built custody facilities, including detainees
  • investigations and interviews are completed to a high standard
  • the use of technology is maximised to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the CJS
  • case files are built to the National File Standard requirements with a clear focus on File Quality
  • services to victims of crime through the court process meet the requirements of the Victims’ Code of Practice
  • collaborative working between Norfolk and Suffolk in Joint Justice maximises the benefits to both Constabularies
  • partnership working with Criminal Justice agencies, including the Crown Prosecution Service, Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunal Service, Youth Offending Teams and National Probation Service leads to a more efficient and effective Criminal Justice System.

Email: [email protected]

Head of Joint Information Management

Hayley Youngs

Head of Joint Information Management

The Information Management Department has three specialist departments that support and enable the Constabulary to meet its legislative information management obligations:-

  • Information Compliance Unit (Comprises of the Data Protection, Freedom of Information & Disclosure and Barring Teams) – This unit provides advice and guidance to both the Constabulary and members of the public on statutory information rights and legislative obligations, including, fair processing, audit & compliance, data quality, access and disclosure of information (including the provision of relevant information to the Disclosure and Barring Service and regulatory bodies to support safer recruitment decisions for those working with children and vulnerable persons), information sharing initiatives, Privacy Impact Assessments,  management of information assets and training.   
  • Information Security Unit – This unit provides advice and guidance on Information security, with an overall aim to maintain the confidentiality, integrity and availability of Constabulary information.  This includes controls for physical, personnel, procedural and technical security.  Information Security Unit is also responsible for managing compliance with national frameworks and Codes of Connection.
  • Records Management Unit – This Unit provides advice and guidance on Management of Police Information (MoPI); review, retention and disposal (RRD); and secure on- and off-site storage, including the effective filing and retrieval of files/media.

As Head of Information Management, Hayley Youngs is responsible for taking a strategic and advisory lead in ensuring the effective management Constabulary information and of the joint information management function, ensuring the Constabularies’ legal obligations and national requirements are effectively discharged.  In particular this involves responsibility for the management and performance of the following functions:

  • Freedom of Information
  • Data Protection
  • Information Sharing
  • Audit & Compliance
  • Disclosure and Barring
  • Information Security
  • Records Management. 

Email: [email protected]

Director of ICT

James Close
James Close

Director of Joint ICT

The Joint ICT Department consists of three functional areas:

  • ICT Operations
  • ICT Infrastructure
  • ICT Programme and Planning

The department’s main purpose is to support and underpin operational policing by ensuring that all ICT services and equipment supports operational delivery across all areas of policing and the back office.

The Director of department, James Close is responsible for:

  • Accountable for the continued development of the 5yr ICT Strategy ensuring that the ICT Strategy remains aligned to the two organisational Strategies by providing leadership, direction and management of the strategic planning activities to ensure current technologies are fit for purpose and future technologies are explored and implemented to increase efficiency, productivity and drive down cost
  • Accountable for the delivery of all ICT services across the two counties to published service level agreements, maintaining operational effectiveness of the 120+ sites/6000 users and the two mission critical control rooms
  • Accountable for the overall provision of the ICT network and data centres ensuring disaster recovery/business continuity plans are in place to meet the needs of the organisations and the civil contingency act
  • Contribute as a member of the Joint Chief Officers Team providing professional advice and guidance on all ICT and technical matters, to ensure these considerations are an integral part of the decision and policy making process, and the Chief Officer Group is best informed to meet statutory obligations, strategic ambitions and delivery of quality services that meet the needs and aspirations of the two organisations
  • To lead, motivate, performance manage, train, develop and harness the skills and expertise of a team of c120 ICT staff across multiple sites, in order to effectively support the delivery of quality, cost effective, operational support services and the delivery of organisational strategic priorities
  • Maintain services in line with ITIL best practice, ensuring technology alignment to Home Office, Police ICT Company, National Policing and Regional policing standards and technologies
  • Accountable for the effective development, management, prioritisation and delivery of the ICT Programme, which includes Estates, Tech Refresh and the Corporate Change projects as well as the introduction of new technologies
  • Lead the continuous improvement, innovation and development of ICT service delivery, through initiatives and review of departmental performance, ICT policy and practices/processes, to drive the achievement of quality, good practice and effective customer focused outcomes, which meet legislative and statutory requirements whilst providing value for money
  • Accountable for the allocated budgets and resources with ICT and the change programme to ensure they are effectively managed, controlled and deployed to meet the needs of the department to meet organisational aims and objectives
  • Accountable for the asset lifecycle for ICT goods and services ensuring technical refresh life cycles are appropriate and detailed in the rolling 5 year technical refresh programme which should reflect industry best practice and value for money
  • Provide high level advice and guidance on ICT procurement in the complex areas ensuring compliance with all relevant legislation, directives, national policies and standards and best practice
  • Coordinate and facilitate consultation with stakeholders to define business and system requirements for new technology implementations
  • Develop and maintain partnership relationships with other blue light agencies and the wider public sector, promoting the sharing of information and best practice to ensure the constabularies benefit from national and local improvement initiatives to drive efficient and effective policing in Norfolk and Suffolk.

Email: [email protected]

Head of Joint Human Resources

Lindsay Shankland
Lindsay Shankland   

Director of Human Resources

Human Resources consists of:

  • HR Business Services
  • HR Change
  • HR Resourcing
  • HR Services
  • Learning and Development

As Director of Human Resources, Lindsay Shankland is responsible for:

Developing and delivering a people strategy that supports the aims and objectives of Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies, to deliver their Police and Crime Plans.

This includes

  • attracting, rewarding and retaining the right people
  • promoting, championing and supporting innovative leadership and management
  • inspiring a culture of inclusivity, good health and wellbeing
  • encouraging an agile, change-ready and flexible workforce
  • promoting a culture of collaboration and partnership working.

Head of Joint Finance

Peter Jasper
Peter Jasper

Head of Joint Finance Department

The Joint Finance Department consists of:

  •  Corporate Accounting and Business Partners
  •  Financial Accounting and Specialist Functions
  • Transactional Services

The department’s main purpose is to support and underpin operational policing by ensuring that financial resources and operational strategies are matched. This is to ensure proper governance arrangements are in place to cover financial matters in relation to Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies.

As head of department, Peter Jasper is responsible for:

  • Undertaking strategic financial planning, and all accountancy services including budgetary control and the production of statutory financial information.
  • Delivering specialist financial advice on Treasury Management, taxation, insurance, payroll and the provision of pension information.
  • Providing financial transactional services including payroll processing, payments of invoices to suppliers and raising of debts to third parties.
  • Leading and managing on financial governance, financial probity and financial service development.

Email: [email protected]

Head of Joint Estates & Facilities

Duncan Potter
  Duncan Potter
  (Acting) Head of Joint Estates Department.

  The Joint Estates Department consists of:

  • Estates Services – to provide building maintenance, project work and estate management functions.
  • Facilities Services – to provide premises soft services including caretaking, grounds, cleaning and catering functions.
  • PFI Contract Management Services – to provide effective monitoring and compliance of our PFI contract functions.

  As Head of Department, Duncan Potter is responsible for:

  • Policy and procedures relating to the management of the estate.
  • Keeping our premises safe.
  • The delivery of estate strategy projects and other estates related capital programme works.
  • The delivery of our environmental strategy to reduce our energy consumption, energy costs and carbon footprint.
  • The provision of 24/7 building maintenance and related soft services to our premises.
  • The effective management of Estate Department contractors and professional services consultants.

Email: [email protected]

 

Corporate Communications

Corporate Communications consists of:

Corporate Communications delivers media relations, internal communications and digital communications support as well as offering advice on reputation and communications management.

Head of County Policing Command, Norfolk

Chief Superintendent Mike Fawcett

Head of County Policing Command, Norfolk

Email: [email protected] 

Chief Superintendent Fawcett transferred to Norfolk Constabulary on promotion to Superintendent in 2008 following 14 years in Warwickshire Police. Since arriving in Norfolk, he has successfully headed the following departments:

  • Broadland District Commander
  • Head of Community Safety
  • Head of Response Policing
  • Head of the Contact and Control Room.

 

Chief Superintendent Fawcett was the Project lead for the Integrated Communication Control System, was key in the development of the Operational Partnership Teams in Norfolk and also the launch of the National 101 number in Norfolk.

From April 2013 Chief Superintendent Fawcett was the Head of Joint Specialist Operations for Norfolk and Suffolk and has more recently led the review to remodel and modernise the Joint Protective Services Command.

Chief Superintendent Fawcett was promoted to Chief Superintendent in May 2016 to Head the County Policing Command following 15 months as the Temporary Head of this Command, with responsibility for delivery of day to day front line policing services in Neighbourhood Policing, Patrol, Community Safety and the Contact and Control Room.

Chief Superintendent Fawcett has recently completed 6 months as the Temporary ACC for Local Policing, during which he was the Project lead for the delivery of Body Worn Video and Mobile Devices in Norfolk and Suffolk and he has retained the Project lead for these two areas.

In addition to these responsibilities he holds a number of specialist responsibilities and is an experienced Public Order, Firearms and Major Sporting Event’s commander.

Chief Superintendent Fawcett has a Master’s Degree in Police Science and Management, gained at Portsmouth University.

Chief Finance Officer John Hummersone

Chief Finance Officer John Hummersone
John Hummersone joined Norfolk as Chief Finance Officer (statutory Section 151 Officer) to the Police and Crime Commissioner in January 2014.  In April 2015 he took up the permanent role of Chief Finance Officer for the Chief Constable, having previously covered it on a temporary basis following the discontinuation of the joint Constabulary Chief Finance Officer arrangement with Suffolk.

Mr Hummersone has worked in local government for over 40 years.  His previous roles have included Chief Finance Officer to the Cambridgeshire PCC, Treasurer to Cambridgeshire Police Authority, Director of Resources for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Fire Authority and Chief Accountant, Cambridgeshire County Council.

He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) and has significant experience not only in finance but also in financial systems development, property and estates development and corporate governance.

Mr Hummersone’s responsibilities as ‘twin hatted’ Chief Finance Officer include providing high-quality financial advice, information and guidance to both the Police and Crime Commissioner and the Chief Constable so that good decisions can be taken, ensuring that all policies and plans are adequately resourced and that budget preparation, budget monitoring and financial management and accounting arrangements across the Constabulary and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner are fit for purpose. He also has line management responsibility (along with the Suffolk Chief Finance Officer) for the Finance and Procurement & Supplies Departments.

Email: [email protected]

Assistant Chief Constable Simon Megicks

ACC Simon Megicks began his role as Head of Protective Services for Norfolk and Suffolk on Monday 5 June.

ACC Megicks joined us from Cambridgeshire Constabulary, where he had served as an officer since 1996.

Simon has served in a variety of roles and currently oversees the Collaborated Change Portfolio for all operational support functions including Contact Management across collaboration for Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridge.

His new role will involve overseeing the delivery of Cyber and Serious Crime, Intelligence, Major Investigations, Forensics, Specialist Operations and Criminal Justice.

He will also be leading the Emergency Services Mobile Communications Programme (ESMCP) across both forces and is the chair of the Eastern Regional Mobile Policing user group.

Email: [email protected]

T/Assistant Chief Constable Paul Sanford

T/ACC Paul Sanford

Paul Sanford has been a police officer in Norfolk Constabulary for 18 years.  Paul started his career in Norwich spending time in uniform and detective roles in all ranks from Constable to Superintendent.  Promoted to Superintendent in 2008, Paul has held a number of posts including District Commander for South Norfolk, District Commander in Norwich and Head of CID. 

More recently, Paul has spent three years running the National Police Chief's Council Child Protection and Abuse Investigation Working Group.  During this period, Paul was the Police lead for the implementation and rollout of the new Child Abuse Image Database (CAID) and was a panel member for the Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse in the Family Environment led by the Office of the Children's Commissioner for England.  Paul's office coordinated the national policing response to the rising concerns about the extent and scale of child sexual abuse and the growth of internet enabled abuse.

In April 2017, Paul was appointed Temporary ACC for Local Policing.

Paul has a Master's Degree in Police Leadership and Management, gained at The University of Leicester.

Email: [email protected]

Deputy Chief Constable Nick Dean

T/DCC Nick Dean

Nick joined Norfolk Constabulary in September 1992. Starting his career in King’s Lynn he spent time in Criminal Investigation Department, as well as uniform roles on patrol and within custody.

Promotion to sergeant saw him complete postings within the Control Room and Corporate Support before moving back to the west of the county taking up a Local Inspector’s role at Downham Market. This was at a time when rural policing was at its height in the advent of the Tony Martin Case which at the time had huge national media interest. Nick worked closely with Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire police forces in the pioneering Fens Project which looked at cross border policing.

A Detective Inspector’s role in Norwich City took Nick back to Central Area Basic Command Unit where he progressed to Chief inspector with responsibility for four uniform policing sectors, Roads Policing, Special constabulary and Custody. Nick led the integration of Livescan within the Custody Blocks at Norwich, the first in the county.

In 2004 Nick was promoted to Superintendent having responsibility for Operations within the Western Basic Command Unit. In 2008 he was moved back to Norwich to oversee the Norwich District and in 2010 he was the Head of CID as a Detective Superintendent.

Nick was promoted to Temporary Chief Superintendent in December 2011 to head the County Policing Command with responsibility for the whole of uniform operations across Norfolk; this includes local Safer Neighbourhood Teams, Response Officers, Community Safety, CID and Contact and Control Room. The Command was the largest in the force with some 1000 police officers and 500 police staff. In April 2013 a structural change within Local Policing realigned Community Safety and the Contact and Control Room under a new command of Vulnerability, Partnerships and CCR. In March 2013, Nick was substantively promoted within the CPC.

In June 2013 Nick took on the role of Temporary Assistant Chief Constable for Local Policing and in May 2016 was promoted to the substantive rank of Assistant Chief Constable. Nick took on the role of Temporary Deputy Chief Constable in October 2016.

Email: [email protected]

Chief Constable Simon Bailey

Chief Constable Simon Bailey
Simon Bailey has been a police officer for 29 years, serving predominantly as a detective in King’s Lynn and Norwich.

In 1998 he was seconded to the National Crime Squad and as Detective Inspector he was responsible for managing covert operations at a national and international level targeting serious and organised crime gangs.

In 2000 he was further seconded to the Rosemary Nelson murder investigation based in Northern Ireland. He worked for three years on the investigation before he returned to Norfolk as a Detective Superintendent with responsibility for intelligence.

In December 2005 Mr Bailey was promoted to the rank of Detective Chief Superintendent and as Head of Crime he managed the Force Specialist Crime and Operations resources.

In 2007 he was appointed to lead the Force Modernisation Programme and whilst successfully leading this programme he passed the Police National Assessment Centre and between October 2008 and February 2009 attended the Police National Strategic Command Course.

In September 2010 Mr Bailey was promoted to Deputy Chief Constable with responsibility for Legal Services, Human Resources, Force Performance and the Norfolk Policing Model Review.   

On 10 June 2013, Mr Bailey was temporarily promoted to the rank of Temporary Chief Constable and on the 19 September 2013 was appointed Chief Constable by the Police and Crime Panel. In January 2014 he became the NPCC lead for Child Protection and Investigation.

Mr Bailey was educated at Wymondham College and Norwich City College and has a Cambridge University Master’s Degree in Criminology and Police Management. He is married with two children and two grandchildren.

 In January 2016, he was awarded the Queen’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service.

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