Will Fuller apply for top job at the Met?
KENT Police have refused to comment on speculation that their Chief Constable Mike Fuller has applied for the Metropolitan Police Commissioner job.
Mr Fuller, who took the county’s top police job in January 2004, has been rumoured as a possible replacement for Sir Ian Blair a number of times over the past year.
He started his career as a policeman with the Met when he joined as a cadet in 1975.
The news comes the day after the acting commissioner for the Metropolitan Police Sir Paul Stephenson announced he was applying for the role.