New role for former police chief of Scotland
15 October 2018
PHIL GORMLEY, the former police chief for Scotland, will be named as an inspector of constabulary, the BBC has revealed.
He resigned as the chief constable of Police Scotland in February, during investigations of bullying and, but he has denied wrongdoing.
He has always denied any wrongdoing.
According to the BBC, his new position is set to commence on the 22 October, and will be announced by the Home Office later this week.