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Cheshire Constabulary’s new Assistant Chief Constable has started his new job.
ACC Darren Martland returned to Cheshire this week having served as Assistant Chief Constable with Cumbria Constabulary for the past 18 months.
He previously worked in Cheshire from 1999 until 2006 when he worked in a number of areas, mainly in uniform operational roles in Halton and Macclesfield.
ACC Martland started his policing career in 1990, having graduated from Sheffield University. The initial part of his career was spent in the Knowsley area where he completed a number of uniform and CID postings.
Following his spell in Cheshire, he returned to Merseyside Police in 2006, on promotion to the rank of Superintendent and was posted to Wirral.
ACC Martland said: “I am delighted to return to Cheshire Constabulary, which has a first class reputation both regionally and nationally.
“I am looking forward to working with our staff, partners and communities and intend to make every effort to be as visible as possible in order to understand the challenges that are faced in delivering the best possible policing service for the people of Cheshire.”