ACPO comment on the appointment of the head of the National Crime Agency

 
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Monday, 21 January 2019

ACPO comment on the appointment of the head of the National Crime Agency

Under the leadership of Chief Constable Keith Bristow the NCA offers law enforcement agencies and the police an opportunity to raise their game against some of the most dangerous and harmful criminals in the UK

ACPO president Sir Hugh Orde said:

“We congratulate Chief Constable Keith Bristow on his appointment as head of the new National Crime Agency. Under his leadership, the NCA offers law enforcement agencies and the police an opportunity to raise their game against some of the most dangerous and harmful criminals in the UK. A better coordinated response between the international reach and capability of this new agency and the ‘eyes and ears’ of local neighbourhood policing teams can help keep our streets and communities safer.

“Keith Bristow came through a very strong field of police leaders for this job, and has a background as national lead on crime for ACPO, chair of the G8 law enforcement group and Director of the National Criminal Intelligence Service. This appointment gives the new agency the strong leadership it needs to build towards becoming effective and fully operational by the end of 2013.”


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