Tim Hollis will be a tough act to follow
TIM Hollis joined Humberside Police in 2005.
With crime high and the force's reputation battered by the fallout of the Soham murders, he faced a tough challenge.
Eight years on, it is widely accepted he has risen to it.
Crime has fallen every year since he was hired and is now at about half the level it was ten years ago.
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The force has steadily climbed the league tables and is now respected.
Morale among staff has lifted. Officers now speak of their pride at working for Humberside Police.
Matthew Grove must choose a chief constable to build on Hollis's success.