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Patrick Geenty PDF Print E-mail

Chief Constable

Chief Constable

Patrick Geenty is currently the Chief Constable of Wiltshire Police. 

Patrick joined the police service in 1982 having previously been a secondary school teacher in the Blackpool and Cheltenham areas. His initial service in Gloucestershire saw him undertake a variety of roles in both uniform and CID before moving to Humberside Police in 1998 as a Chief Inspector Uniform Operations.

 

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Mike Veale PDF Print E-mail

Deputy Chief Constable

Acting Assistant Chief Constable

Mike Veale began his policing career as a Police Cadet before joining Avon and Somerset Constabulary as a Constable in 1984. He spent his early service in various roles within uniform and CID before becoming Chief Inspector Operations within inner city Bristol and later serving as Detective Chief Inspector in Somerset.

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Assistant Chief Constable

Kier Pritchard

Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Kier Pritchard joined Wiltshire Police in 1993 and has spent the majority of his 20 years service within the Criminal Investigation Department.

As the former Head of Protective Services, Kier was instrumental in ensuring the successful collaboration between Wiltshire and Avon & Somerset Police which resulted in the disruption of Serious Organised Crime Groups within the region and the establishment of a Major Crime Investigation Team. Building upon this, he has been leading a programme team aimed at enhancing the collaboration opportunities across the region in major and specialist crime, and high end areas of intelligence.

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