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Crime commissioner appoints new chief executive to his office
8:50am Monday 12th August 2013 in News
A MAN who spent 30 years fighting crime in Warwickshire, rising through the ranks to Chief Superintendent, has been appointed the new chief executive to the office of Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner.
Ron Ball, Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, has announced the appointment of Neil Hewison as Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer.
With a police officer father and nurse mother, Mr Hewison, aged 56, has described himself as having public service in his blood.
The former Coventry schoolboy spent much of his 30 years with Warwickshire Police in the north of the county rising from the rank of constable to Chief Superintendent.
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