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South Wales Police (Welsh: Heddlu De Cymru) is one of the four territorial police forces in Wales. Its headquarters is in Bridgend. . It covers most of the historic county of Glamorgan, including Wales' capital city, Cardiff, as well as Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil, Swansea, and the western South Wales Valleys, it is the largest police force in Wales in terms of population, and the seventh largest The top officer in South Wales Police spent his last day patrolling the streets of Ely, Cardiff, with his son. Thirty three years after he started as a beat officer in the Rhondda, Peter Vaughanpeter vaughan south wales police Professor Peter Vaughan is a member of the Commission on Justice in Wales Professor Peter Vaughan was appointed Chief Constable of South Wales Police in 2010 and retired at the end of 2017, after 33 years police service.
Peter Vaughan, QPM, CStJ, (born 7 September 1962) was a Welsh police chief. He served as the Chief Constable of South Wales Police from January 2010 to December 2017. peter vaughan south wales police South Wales Police Chief Constable Email address contact Chief Constable Peter Vaughan has announced his retirement from South Wales Police after eight years in the role and 33 years as an officer. Mr Vaughan, 54, said it had been an honour and South Wales Police Chief Constable joins USW. 8 September 2017. The Chief Constable of South Wales Police, Peter Vaughan QPM, will join the University of South Wales (USW) when he retires from the police service at the end of the year. Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales Police, Alun Michael said: After 33 years police service, Chief Constable Peter Vaughan has announced his intention to retire. I want to thank him personally for his commitment over many years, and in particular for his support over the past five years in carrying out my role as the Police andRating: 4.48 / Views: 557