Acting deputy chief confirmed in post
Lincolnshire Polices acting deputy chief constable has been offered the role on a substantive basis.
Lincolnshire Polices acting deputy chief constable has been offered the role on a substantive basis. Craig Naylor was appointed deputy chief constable on Wednesday (February 7), less than a year after he joined the force from Police Scotland. Mr Naylor, a former counter-corruption officer and divisional commander for specialist services, was appointed assistant chief constable in May 2017 but was promoted to acting deputy chief constable the following month. The move followed former deputy chief constable Gary Knightons decision to transfer across the border to re-join his native Derbyshire Constabulary. Mr Naylor said he was delighted at the announcement. Lincolnshire police and crime commissioner Marc Jones added: Craig has been a huge asset to Lincolnshire since joining the force and I look forward to his influence in keeping our county safe in the years to come.