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Chief who coordinated Miners' Strike mutual aid dies

Officer led newly-formed force for 15 years.

Policing the Miners' Strike of 1984. Photo: PA Wire

Policing the Miners' Strike of 1984. Photo: PA Wire

Date - 5th June 2018
By - Ian Weinfass - Police Oracle
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David Hall, the chief constable who coordinated the national police response to the 1984 Miners’ Strike, has died. The officer took over Humberside Police in 1976, soon after its formation, and stayed in post until 1991. In his 1984...
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