Calderdale inspector says farewell to force after 27 years service

Colin Skeath has been the Town Centre Neighbourhood Inspector since 2012 and this week retires after 32 years public service, with 27 years as a police officer… read the full story here…

During his career, he has been posted in different roles across the Force but it’s his time in Calderdale that he remembers most fondly, and where he feels his biggest achievements have been.

Insp Skeath said’

“I have loved every minute of my time working in the district. “When I was first posted here, it was as response Sergeant and that gave me the insight of the district and the fantastic diverse communities we serve. “But, without question it is being the Inspector for Halifax that stands out as my favourite role”

Paul Harkin will step into the role and Insp Skeath said he has every confidence in the ‘world class’ team he is leaving behind.

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