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Met to scrap chief inspector and commander ranks by 2018

Force says streamlining leadership can lead to more effective decision making.

Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey said the change will allow better communication

Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey said the change will allow better communication

Date - 14th October 2016
By - Helena Hickey and Ian Weinfass
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England’s biggest police force will scrap the ranks of chief inspector and commander, it has announced. By summer 2018, the Met will have phased out both ranks in order to reduce the layers of hierarchy, the force said in a statement. A...
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