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Chief constable clears his desk

Peter Wilson
The chief constable will step down from his post on Sunday

The chief constable of Fife Constabulary has started his final day in the job before he retires.

Peter Wilson officially relinquishes his post on Sunday, four months after announcing his intention to go.

An announcement on who will replace him is expected in the next two weeks. Deputy Chief Constable Norma Graham will be in charge for the interim.

Mr Wilson, who began his police career in Edinburgh in 1973, has been at the helm in Fife since April 2001.

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