Andrew Slattery - Assistant Chief Constable.
Andrew is a Cumbrian by birth and joined the Constabulary in 1991, after graduating with a BA (hons) in Sociology from Lancaster University.
He has served in all three of the force's territorial areas and force Headquarters along with a secondment to the National Crime Squad.
Having been a detective in every rank of the force he has previously held posts as Head of Serious and Organised Crime, Counter Terrorism, Public Protection and Intelligence, taking on the role of Detective ChiefSuperintendent, Head of Crime in October 2016.
Andrew has been involved in many of the force's major investigations notably the murder of John Harvey whose body was discovered at Killington in 2003, the West Cumbria murders of 2010 and most recently led the investigation into the murder of Jordan Watson in Carlisle. Andrew was promoted to Assistant Chief Constable in April 2019.
Andrew lives with his family in Cumbria, is a competitive fell-runner, ultra distance runner and a member of the Bob Graham Club