PUBLIC SECTOR: Manchester Police to appoint press chief

Greater Manchester Police’s communications director Collette Booth has been given the go ahead to appoint a permanent head of press after a 12-month gap. The position is a key role within the communications team, taking responsibility for a staff of eight and reporting to Booth. Part of the brief will be to promote the force’s work on dispelling fear of crime in Manchester. The post has been filled on an acting basis by Sarah Dean-Forrester since Mary Todd left to return to study.

Greater Manchester Police’s communications director Collette Booth

has been given the go ahead to appoint a permanent head of press after a

12-month gap. The position is a key role within the communications team,

taking responsibility for a staff of eight and reporting to Booth. Part

of the brief will be to promote the force’s work on dispelling fear of

crime in Manchester. The post has been filled on an acting basis by

Sarah Dean-Forrester since Mary Todd left to return to study.



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