Metropolitan Police hunt public affairs director.

The Metropolitan Police is searching for director of public affairs to replace Sarah Cullum, who has retired.

The Metropolitan Police is searching for director of public affairs

to replace Sarah Cullum, who has retired.



Deputy public affairs director Charles Dodsworth, who has been acting

director since Cullum’s departure in April, is believed to be a front

runner for the job.



Cullem’s replacement will report to the deputy commissioner Brian Hayes

as well as advising commissioner Sir Paul Condon on media relations.



The position, which co-ordinates both internal and external

communications activities of 80 staff, comes with a salary of up to

pounds 60,000. Three assistant directors reported to Cullum, covering

news, internal communications and public order. All the work is carried

out in-house, with only limited, project-specific agency support.



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