New assistant chief constable for North Wales Police

Richard Debicki, North Wales Police Assistant Chief Constable Richard Debicki is transferring from the Lancashire Constabulary

The new assistant chief constable for North Wales Police has been appointed.

Richard Debicki has been a chief superintendent with the Lancashire Constabulary where he started his career 20 years ago.

North Wales Police Chief Constable Mark Polin said it was a key appointment, adding Mr Debicki would bring many qualities to the role.

The new assistant chief constable plans to move to north Wales and is committed to learning Welsh.

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