Following the exclusive published on this website last month – and subsequently picked up by the national press – more startling revelations have come to light. After a period away from his office, reportedly on sick leave, Chief Superintendent Tyron Joyce returned to work at West Yorkshire Police headquarters in Laburnum Road, Wakefield, on MondayContinue reading “Crash landing as helicopter boss returns to work”
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Chief constable set to take flight?
A well-placed source says West Yorkshire Police chief constable, Dee Collins, is set to retire. Rumours have been circulating for some time, but it seems that Ms Collins will pass day-to-day control of the force to her deputy, John Robins, at the end of this year. It is said that the chief will complete herContinue reading “Chief constable set to take flight?”
Police helicopter boss goes off the radar
Over the past two decades, airborne capability for the police service has become increasingly important in the fight against ‘cross-border’ crime. Helicopters are run on a shared basis, across 43 forces, under the National Police Air Service (NPAS) banner. Operational headquarters of NPAS is situated in Wakefield city centre and there is an air baseContinue reading “Police helicopter boss goes off the radar”
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