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New inspector takes reins of policing in Three Rivers


A police officer who started her career working the streets of Manchester has taken over as Three Rivers‘ chief insector. Chief Inspector Catherine Akehurst took over


from Chief Inspector Mike Marren last month. Chief Inspector Akehurst joined Hertfordshire


Constabulary in 2005 after completing initial training with Greater Manchester Police. Prior to joining the police Catherine worked as


‘We must not be complacent as there are areas that we can


improve and build on through working with residents’


a graduate for a leading supermarket chain on their graduate programme but joined the police for more of a challenge. Throughout her policing career at Hertford- shire, Catherine has worked on intervention at


Watford and Welwyn Garden City and was an intervention ser- geant in Watford. She has also


worked as an inspec- tor and chief inspec- tor at headquarters on various projects and has also worked as a detective inspec- tor. Chief


inspector


Akehurst, said: ―I am very much looking forward to working as the Chief Inspector for Three Rivers, which has one of the lowest crime rates in the country, but we must not be complacent as there are areas that we can improve and build on through working with resi- dents and our local partners. ―I am looking forward to building on the excel-


Chief inspector Catherine Akehurst.


lent work which has taken place here already and hope to continue to strengthen this even further.‖


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