South Wales Police begin search for new assistant chief constable
SOUTH Wales Police have begun the search for a new assistant chief constable — more than nine months after the retirement of the previous holder of the post.
Nick Croft stopped down in June last year after 30 years in uniform, and Neath-born chief superintendent Richard Lewis as been acting as temporary assistant chief ever since.
Now the force has launched a search to find a permanent replacement for Mr Croft, with the salary on offer of between £90,726 to £105,849.
The job advert states: “We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced senior officer to join our chief officer team to help us deliver our vision of being ‘the best at understanding and responding to our communities’ needs’ and keep South Wales safe.
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“Through inspiring leadership, the successful candidate will help us make every contact with the public count, leaving people satisfied and in receipt of the highest quality service.”
The closing date for applicants is April 15, with the force’s chief constable, Peter Vaughan, picking the winning candidate — prior to the abolition of police authorities last year it would have up to the 19-strong police authority, consisting of local councillors and independent members, to make the selection.
The force operates with a deputy chief constable, and three assistant chief constables — one in charge of territorial policing, one in charge of specialist crimes and one overseeing specialist operations.