Former PSNI deputy Chief Constable Stephen Martin takes up position in Civil Nuclear Constabulary
Former senior PSNI officer Stephen Martin is to hitch the Civil Nuclear Constabulary as their new deputy Chief Constable.
r Martin – who additionally turned chairman of the Irish FA in August 2020 – was a former deputy Chief Constable within the PSNI.
The Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) is the armed police pressure in command of defending civil nuclear websites and nuclear supplies in England and Scotland.
He added: “I very a lot look ahead to working with all my new colleagues round Nice Britain of their crucial mission of safeguarding the nation’s nuclear pursuits.
“I can see already that this can be a progressive police service with an bold workforce and an thrilling future.”
Mr Martin had retired after 34 years in 2020 after it emerged he had not been shortlisted to be interviewed for the position of PSNI Chief Constable, regardless of performing in a short lived deputy chief constable capability since August 2018.
In an announcement welcoming his appointment, the CNC stated: “Stephen joined us on Monday (9/5) and has virtually 34 years of expertise as a police officer in Northern Eire, together with holding three separate assistant Chief Constable portfolios all through his profession.
“In his most up-to-date position as deputy Chief Constable, Stephen was liable for company governance, skilled requirements, organisational change and efficiency.
“Outdoors of policing, Stephen can be the non-executive chair of the Irish Soccer Affiliation and sits on the Prince’s Belief Northern Eire advisory committee.”
Chief Constable Simon Chesterman added: “Stephen’s wealth of expertise in armed policing, and his capacity to have interaction with a broad vary of stakeholders to attain organisational goals will allow him to hit the bottom operating in his new position.
“He can be an amazing asset to the CNC as we pursue our ambitions for the way forward for the organisation.”
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