Resignation of ‘spycop’ accused of sexually exploiting teenage girl raises questions of accountability
Andrew Wallace Jardine Coles resigned on Monday 15 May 2017 from the senior post of Deputy Police Commissioner for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, after his past was exposed by independent researchers. But that should not be the end of the story. Coles was also elected as Tory councillor for Peterborough and appointed governor of two schools. And serious questions must be asked as to why his various appointments were not better scrutinised.
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