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Hertfordshire police commissioner's chief executive, Andrew White, resigns
The most senior member of staff in the Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner’s office has resigned.
Chief executive Andrew White has stepped down from his £123,000 role having previously held the the top job at the county's now defunct police authority.
Members of Hertfordshire’s Police and Crime Panel were told of the departure on Monday.
Mr White has become the second senior figure to leave Police Crime Commissioner David Lloyd’s office in the last two weeks following the departure of the commissioner's deputy Rachel Frosh.