Chair congratulates Chief Constable on King’s Police Medal


PUBLISHED 21 Jun 2024

IN News

Cambridgeshire Police Federation chair Liz Groom has congratulated Chief Constable Nick Dean on being awarded the King’s Police Medal.

Nick has been recognised for more than 30 years of distinguished service to policing in the King’s Birthday Honours.

Liz said: “On behalf of Cambridgeshire Police Federation, I send my congratulations to Nick on his King’s Police Medal.

“It is recognition of his significant contribution to policing in the county, and previously with Norfolk Police.

“He has given more than 30 years of outstanding service. He is a committed, honest, and open chief constable who treats everyone with respect.

“His honour is well deserved.”

Nick began his career in Norfolk in 1992 in roles in response, neighbourhood policing, investigations and as a district superintendent, head of CID and chief superintendent.

After being appointed temporary assistant Chief Constable in 2013 he took on the role permanently in May 2016 before becoming temporary deputy Chief Constable in October of that year and then permanently in February 2017

He was appointed as the Chief Constable at Cambridgeshire Constabulary in September 2018.

Nick said: “I am delighted to have been nominated and to receive the King’s Police Medal.

“Although this recognises my policing service of nearly 32 years, it is a testament to all those people who have supported me throughout my career.

“It is really humbling to be recognised in such a prestigious way, and I continue to be very proud of being part of the policing family here in Cambridgeshire.”