MIKE CUNNINGHAM HAS COVERED UP INSTITUTIONAL CHILD ABUSE IN STAFFORDSHIRE AND HE HAS ALSO COVERED UP THE TAKING OF DISABLED CHILDREN FROM THEIR SPECIAL SCHOOL TO DRAKE HALL PRISON FOR PE LESSONS WITHOUT PARENTS KNOWLEDGE AND PERMISSION.
WHY IS OUR GOVERNMENT DELIBERATLY PLACING A CORRUPT POLICE OFFICER IN CHANGE OR OVERSEEING THE ENTIRE COUNTRY'S POLICE FORCE?
Chief Constable Mike Cunningham quits Staffordshire Police to take up £185k-a-year role overseeing nationwide policing
By The Sentinel | Posted: July 26, 2014
By RICHARD AULT
PASTURES NEW: Chief Constable Mike Cunningham has been appointed Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary.
CHIEF Constable Mike Cunningham is leaving Staffordshire Police to take a new £185,971 job overseeing nationwide policing.
Home Secretary Theresa May announced yesterday that Mr Cunningham had been appointed Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary.
He was selected following a rigorous recruitment process which included approval by the Prime Minister and the Queen.
Mr Cunningham – who will be responsible for checking up on forces across the country – said: "I am honoured to have been appointed.
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"I am looking forward to a new challenging and exciting role.
"I leave Staffordshire Police very proud of the men and women who keep people safe and reassured and I thank them for their outstanding work. I look to use the privileges and experiences I have enjoyed as a police officer to assist me in my future work."
Mr Cunningham, a former teacher, joined Lancashire Police in 1987 and rose through the ranks over the next 20 years, becoming Deputy Chief Constable in 2007.
He was appointed Chief Constable of Staffordshire Police in September, 2009 drawing a salary of £139,931 although his pay, including pension contributions, amounted to £183,741.
He is replacing Roger Baker, who has been HM Inspector of Constabulary since September 2009. He will be one of four people to hold the post.
Announcing Mr Cunningham's appointment, Mrs May said: "Mike brings a wealth of expertise and experience from his career in the police that will be invaluable in his new role and I look forward to working with him in the future."
HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary Thomas Winsor added: "I look forward to Mike joining the Inspectorate and to working with him. He joins at an exciting and demanding time, as HMIC undergoes a significant expansion of its workload as we design and carry out our programme of annual all-force inspections on police efficiency."
Mr Cunningham's deputy Jayne Sawyer will take over as Staffordshire Police's interim chief constable.
Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis said: "While I am sad that Mike is going, it is a great opportunity for him personally and also for the policing landscape nationally because of his extensive experience and expertise.
"Mike is an excellent chief constable and I've thoroughly enjoyed working so closely with him during the last 18 months."
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