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Norfolk gets new chief constable

PUBLISHED: 22:40 19 January 2010 | UPDATED: 07:34 02 July 2010

Peter Walsh

Norfolk Constabulary has today announced a new chief constable following the departure of Ian McPherson at the end of last year.

Norfolk Constabulary has today announced a new chief constable following the departure of Ian McPherson at the end of last year.

Stephen Bett, chairman of Norfolk Police Authority, revealed that a selection panel had appointed Phil Gormley to be the county's top officer.

Mr Gormley is currently serving in the West Midlands force as Deputy Chief Constable, a role he has held for the past three years.

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