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Police officer with 2 decades experience is named as preferred candidate for Lincolnshire chief constable




A police officer with almost two decades experience working in Lincolnshire has beaten off strong opposition to be named as the preferred candidate for the role of chief constable.

Paul Gibson, 46, began his career as a PC in Lincolnshire in 1998 and spent 19 years in the force before leaving to take on the role of assistant chief constable in Derbyshire Police.

During his time in the county he worked in a number of roles and spent six months seconded to the National Transforming Forensics Programme.



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