FENLAND: New police chief appointed to head local police teams

THE Fenland area has a new police deputy divisional commander.Supt Paul Fullwood has been promoted from his role as detective chief inspector and crime manager for central division. He now assumes the role of deputy divisional commander, in charge of cr

THE Fenland area has a new police deputy divisional commander.

Supt Paul Fullwood has been promoted from his role as detective chief inspector and crime manager for central division.

He now assumes the role of deputy divisional commander, in charge of crime and operations.

Paul's previous roles include Head of Cambridgeshire's Serious and Organised Crime Department, National Crime Squad as a Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Inspector at Cambridge and previously Detective Inspector of the Brighton Drug Squad, including numerous investigative and intelligence roles whilst serving within Sussex Police.


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Paul is also the force lead for kidnap and extortion cases and has represented Cambridgeshire at several national events.

He has been responsible for leading several high profile investigations, most recently Operation Radium (human trafficking for sexual exploitation) and has several commendations from his previous role as a senior investigating officer on both national and international investigations.

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He said: "I am really pleased to be taking up this new role and look forward to continuing the good work achieved by officers and police staff already. We have made significant improvements already in crime reduction and investigations in central division and we are continuing to embed neighbourhood policing."

Central division covers the Fenland and Huntingdonshire area.

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