Peter Fahy


Peter Fahy

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Peter Fahy is the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police [cite web | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/manchester/7521878.stm | title = Manchester police chief revealed| work = BBC News website | accessdate = 2008-07-23] . Before taking up this post on 1 September 2008, he was the Chief Constable with Cheshire Constabulary, a post he held since 2002. Previous to that he was Assistant Chief Constable at Surrey, and had positions with Hertfordshire and West Midlands forces. [cite web | url=http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/s/1059508_fahy_new_chief_constable | title = Fahy new Chief Constable | work = Manchester Evening News website | accessdate = 2008-07-23] .

Fahy is the Association of Chief Police Officers spokesman on workforce development [cite web | url = http://www.acpo.police.uk/about_pages/structure.html | work = ACPO website | title = Our Structure | accessdate = 2008-07-23] .

In August 2007 Fahy said the legal drinking age should be raised from 18 to 21 following the murder of Garry Newlove in Warrington [cite web | url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/6947224.stm | work = BBC News website | title = Police chief urges alcohol action | accessdate = 2008-07-23] .

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