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Simon Byrne

Became the Chief Constable of Cheshire Constabulary in June 2014. The married father-of-two came to the force from his role as assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, where he was responsible for 32 London boroughs, the largest policing operation in the country. He has held roles including assistant chief constable for Merseyside Police in 2006 and deputy chief constable Greater Manchester Police in 2009.

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