TWO former Thames Valley Police officers are in the running to become the boss of the biggest force in the country.
Former chief constable Sara Thornton and Cressida Dick, who served as a superintendent for a brief period in the region, could become the first ever woman police chief in London.
The search has been launched to replace Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, who is to retire as Metropolitan Police Commissioner.
And Ms Thornton and Ms Dick are among the front-runners for the £276,000-a-year job, with applications set to close in the New Year. – READ MORE