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The Police ICT Company hires tri-forces CIO Ian Bell as the new CEO

The Police ICT Company, a police-led, privatised association combined by a Home Office behind in 2012, has hired Ian Bell, a stream CIO for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Police forces, as a new CEO.

Bell, who is also programme executive for a National Enabling Programmes, is a comparison ICT personality with some-more than 16 years’ experience. He had worked in IT roles during The College of West Anglia and British Sugar, before apropos conduct of use smoothness during Cambridge Constabulary behind in Sep 2008.

This led to a graduation to conduct of ICT in Sep 2011, and a successive pull to turn conduct of ICT for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Police army in Jul 2014. In Jan 2016, he became executive lead for smoothness of a tri-force’s information and digital strategy, effectively apropos a CIO.

Bell will be holding adult a two-year secondment with the Police ICT Company and will reinstate Robert Leach, who had been heading a association as behaving CEO given Apr 2017.

“Having worked with Ian in his purpose as executive of a National Enabling Programmes we know he is really good placed to lead a association and expostulate brazen a poignant purpose it plays in assisting military army make improved use of ICT,” pronounced Katy Bourne, Sussex Police and crime commissioner and chair of a Police ICT Company.

“His endless knowledge also extends to him being a house member of a association and some-more than qualifies him for this timely appointment. we demeanour brazen to him starting and deliberating with him his prophesy for a company,” she added.

The Police ICT Company was shaped several years ago to take over from a cursed National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) in a pierce that Prime Minister Theresa May, who was afterwards home secretary, pronounced would “force a track to improved services and improved deals”.

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