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Current Deputy Chief Constable Winton Keenen has been appointed as Acting Chief Constable with effect from Monday, due to the fact that Mr Ashman has a number of police engagements outside the force area and accumulated annual leave before his retirement date.
In a statement, Mr Keane said: "Following allegations made in late 2016 against Chief Constable Simon Byrne and following advice from the IPCC, a local investigation, conducted by an external police force, has been under way in accordance with the statutory police conduct regime.
The former deputy chief constable of Gwent Police, Julian Williams, has been named as the new chief constable of the service, Gwent PCC (Police and Crime Commissioner) Jeff Cuthbert announced.
Mr Vaughan said: "It has been a great honour and privilege to be the Chief Constable for South Wales Police, a service I joined in 1984.
The appointment was announced by West Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson, who said: "Dee comes to this role with a great deal of experience and understanding having served West Yorkshire first as deputy and then more recently as temporary chief constable.
For the job has been given to Jo Farrell who is currently an assistant chief constable with Northumbria Police.
Iain Spittal was given the role on a temporary basis following two and a half years as Cleveland's deputy chief constable.
Deputy chief constable David Thompson will be taking the helm of the region's police force when Chris Sims retires from the force in January 2016.
Mr Jamieson said: "David Thompson is an excellent police officer who I am delighted to announce as my preferred candidate to be the next Chief Constable of West Midlands Police.
He added: "After nearly 35 years as a police officer, with the last nine as a chief constable in Scotland, I believe the time is right for me to try and take up new challenges and also to allow the start of a process to recruit my successor.
During his time as chief constable, the force has faced unprecedented cuts and has seen its budget slashed by more than PS146 million.
Retired Chief Superintendent Rowley said: "I'm sure I speak colleagues, police and civilian alike, when I say Sir Philip extremely well liked and Chief Constable.
The Home Affairs committee was critical of Gwent commissioner Ian Johnston who "persuaded" Chief Constable Carmel Napier to retire, which meant the formal process was bypassed.
A SENIOR policeman facing gross misconduct allegations has claimed he was sexually discriminated against when a woman landed his force's chief constable job.
The first Chief Constable of the new Police Service of Scotland will shape and lead the second largest force in the UK with more than 17,000 officers and around 6,500 support staff serving more than five million people.
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