Jersey senior police officer quits after two months

A senior police officer who was appointed to superintendent in the States of Jersey force in April has left the island.

Superintendent Bernard Gravett resigned from the island force after only two months in the job.

A spokeswoman for Jersey Police said Mr Gravett left his role as superintendent for personal reasons.

He was appointed superintendent head of operations by the then new Chief Officer Mike Bowron.

Before coming to Jersey Mr Gravett was the UK team leader in a joint venture with Romania dealing with issues like human trafficking, intelligence-sharing and delivering training across the world to police officers.

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