Chief Constable may be leaving Kent Police
KENT Police could be about to say goodbye to its Chief Constable.
Michael Fuller has been selected by the Attorney General as her preferred candidate for HM Chief Inspector of the Crown Prosecution Service.
Baroness Scotland’s choice will be put to consideration by the Justice Select Committee of MPs next month.
Mr Fuller said: “I am delighted to have led Kent Police for the last six years and would like to thank the people of the county for their support.
“I will be sorry to leave Kent but if this new position is confirmed then I can leave my post in the confident knowledge that we have made a major step forward in reducing crime and building public confidence in the police service in the county.”
Ann Barnes, chair of the Kent Police Authority, said: “Since
Michael Fuller, Chief Constable of Kent