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Slough welcomes back LPA Commander Gavin Wong

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Superintendent Gavin Wong has returned as the new LPA Commander for the Slough Local Policing Area (LPA), having completed a two-year secondment as Head of Local Policing and Resilience for Thames Valley Police.

Superintendent Wong started his new role on Monday (16/3), taking over from Acting Superintendent Lee Barnham, who remains as the Deputy Commander for Slough LPA.
Superintendent Gavin Wong began his policing career at Slough in 1994, and having spent over half of his service in the area, has been very much looking forward to his return. While on secondment, he was also responsible for the tactical policing response during the Royal Ascot Week, which reflects his operational background.

Speaking about his new appointment, Superintendent Wong said:
“I am inheriting an exceptional management and front line team at Slough, and I am keen to continue the good work that has been undertaken. I am also looking forward to working with our partners again. The town has developed a lot over the time I have left and I am keen to be involved in the next stages of development’.

Full media release available here: 
https://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/news/thames-valley/news/2020/march/16-03-2020/slough-welcomes-back-lpa-commander-gavin-wong/
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