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Adrian Lee Deputy Chief Constable Staffordshire Police
Adrian Lee joined Greater Manchester Police as a graduate entrant in 1985. He rose to Divisional Commander for South Manchester Division one of the largest basic command units in the country. Its geography includes Wythenshaw, the largest housing estate in Europe, and areas such as Moss Side and Longsight, having tough inner-city policing issues such as gang violence and gun crime.

Mr Lee joined Staffordshire Police as Assistant Chief Constable (Crime and Operations) in December 2003. In December 2005 he was made temporary Deputy Chief Constable (DCC), and was fully promoted to the post of DCC in December 2006.

Mr Lee is a graduate of the Gregorian University in Rome, and Manchester University. He has a B.Phil in Philosophy, an LLB (Hons), an MA in Management and an M.Phil. in Police Ethics. He is a regular speaker on police ethics to the Senior Leadership Development Programme Leadership Module and other courses. He is interested in developing the police service’s thinking on leadership, the influence of a sense of ‘vocation’ on performance and service delivery, and police ethics.

He is married to Agnes and has two daughters.
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Adrian Lee Deputy Chief Constable Staffordshire Police

Adrian Lee joined Greater Manchester Police as a graduate entrant in 1985. He rose to Divisional Commander for South Manchester Division one of the largest basic command units in the country. Its geography includes Wythenshaw, the largest housing estate in Europe, and areas such as Moss Side and Longsight, having tough inner-city policing issues such as gang violence and gun crime.

Mr Lee joined Staffordshire Police as Assistant Chief Constable (Crime and Operations) in December 2003. In December 2005 he was made temporary Deputy Chief Constable (DCC), and was fully promoted to the post of DCC in December 2006.

Mr Lee is a graduate of the Gregorian University in Rome, and Manchester University. He has a B.Phil in Philosophy, an LLB (Hons), an MA in Management and an M.Phil. in Police Ethics. He is a regular speaker on police ethics to the Senior Leadership Development Programme Leadership Module and other courses. He is interested in developing the police service’s thinking on leadership, the influence of a sense of ‘vocation’ on performance and service delivery, and police ethics.

He is married to Agnes and has two daughters.

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