One of Britain’s most senior female police officers is set to leave the Metropolitan Police to take up a post at the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick joined the Met in 1983 and rose through the ranks, becoming an Assistant Commissioner in 2009. She also led a number of specialist operations from July 2011 until this summer.
“I have loved my time as a police officer in London. It has been a wonderful privilege to work in such an extraordinary organization and with such fabulous people,” Cmdr Dick said.
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