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Police and crime commissioner’s chief exec quits role

Miranda Carruthers-Watt has taken voluntary redundancy as chief executive in the office of Lancashire's Police and Crime Commissioner

Miranda Carruthers-Watt has taken voluntary redundancy as chief executive in the office of Lancashire's Police and Crime Commissioner

The chief executive of Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner’s office has quit her role.

The county’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw says the exit of Miranda Carruthers-Watt will be an opportunity for him to look at how the role is supported in the future.

He said: “My role is all about ensuring our communities have the best possible policing. To do that I need a certain amount of support in listening to what our communities have to say, developing proposals that reflect their priorities and working with Lancashire Constabulary and other partners to make those things a reality.

“There is great potential to build on their strengths, those of our partners, the existing team and the constabulary to develop a really effective partnership in the future.”

Ms Carruthers-Watt has taken voluntary redundancy and will leave on July 31.

Mr Grunshaw refused to answer questions from The Gazette on the move.

 

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