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SUPT

On drawings, abbr. for superintendent.
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Supt Keasey told MPs: "What's happened in the past five years is we've had a reduction in budget.
Her replacement in Coventry will be Chief Supt Danny Long, who is currently in charge of the public protection unit.
Supt Storey said: "This activity is focused on safety and about protecting people who need our help.
DCI Musgrove, who had worked with Supt Napier on the Raoul Moat shooting investigation, told him she had been contacted by Det Cons Alison Brown, who was also off-duty and had been the Rathband family's liasion officer after he was shot.
Despite all this, Chief Supt Robins has done an excellent job for Kirklees.
Speaking after the sentencing, Supt Kane, who started volunteering for the police when he was 21, said: "I was the first on the scene.
Last July Supt Dorney brought his case before a Fitness to Practise Committee of the Irish Medical Council during which it was revealed that Dr Lee attempted to cover up his error and lied to his patient when he returned complaining of the groin lump.
Supt Kinrade now heads the communities and partnerships department and has also spent time training recruits who went on to win awards themselves.
Chief Supt Lewis was handed packages of shirts and other goodies by Liverpool and Everton that he will be taking to children in a South African orphanage.
Supt Mark Jones will serve as the temporary chief superintendent until March 31 when Mr Anwyl takes over.
The CTU is a significant development that will enhance our capability to protect the public from the terrorist threat," Det Chief Supt Sawers explained.
Supt Larkin, amarried father-of-two, flew to Belfast last week to undergo training for the specialised pounds 60,000-a-year job which will see him investigating complaints against cops.