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Nick Ephgrave is a senior British police officer. He was Senior Investigating Officer on the re-investigation of Damilola Taylor's murder.

Life

He first became an officer in the Metropolitan Police Service, rising to Commander of Lambeth Borough before becoming Chief Constable of Surrey Police (2016-2018)[1]. He then returned to the Metropolitan Police as Assistant Commissioner for Met Operations[2][3]. In June 2016 received the Queen's Police Medal. He also heads the National Police Chiefs' Council's Coordination Committee on Criminal Justice[4].

References

  1. ^ "Met Police Appoints Two New Assistant Commissioners". Emergency Services Times. 18 December 2018. Retrieved 10 April 2020.
  2. ^ "Senior Management Team". Metropolitan Police. Retrieved 10 April 2020.Metropolitan Police Service, rising to Commander of Lambeth Borough before becoming Chief Constable of Surrey Police (2016-2018)[1]. He then returned to the Metropolitan Police as Assistant Commissioner for Met Operations[2][3]. In June 2016 received the Queen's Police Medal. He also heads the National Police Chiefs' Council's Coordination Committee on Criminal Justice[4].

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