Police commissioner appoints advisor
POLICE and crime commissioner Tony Hogg has appointed an advisor.
Mr Hogg, a former Royal Navy commander, has recruited Jan Stanhope as his advisor in addition to his communications manager, Mark Tyler.
Mr Hogg is yet to decide whether he needs a deputy. A former independent member of the disbanded police authority, Lady Stanhope is being paid about £20,000 for working two days a week, an arrangement Mr Hogg has described as "value for money".
Lady Stanhope is a former director of resources at Devon County Council and is married to Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope who has just stepped down as First Sea Lord. She was among those who signed the nomination paper for Councillor Brian Greenslade, who came second to Mr Hogg in November's election.
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