The Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland, Matt Baggott, has announced on 22nd January, he is to retire later this year, after 37 years in policing and five years leading the PSNI.
Chief Constable Matt Baggott said,
‘It has been a real privilege to lead the PSNI through the immense changes of the past few years. I am deeply proud of the courage and commitment of my colleagues and the enormous progress they have made on behalf of everyone.
In my remaining months as Chief Constable my priorities will be to ensure the PSNI has the resources to deal effectively with the many challenges ahead and that our very personal, professional and protective service goes from strength to strength.”
The Christian Police Association would like to wish Matt a long and happy retirement after many years of dedicated service not only to policing but also as President of the National Christian Police Association.