Get the day's biggest stories sent direct to your inbox so you never miss a thing The new deputy chief constable of Greater Manchester has promised 'back to basics' policing and 'a computer system that works properly'.
He has also vowed to reverse an exodus of more than 200 cops who have joined neighbouring Lancashire Constabulary in frustration at the state of GMP.
Terry Woods pledged to recruit cops from other forces with the same promise he was offering the people of Greater Manchester: 'back to basics' policing, clear leadership and a 'computer system that works properly'.
He spoke to the M.E.N. last Friday, two days after being sworn in as the new deputy chief constable of GMP, the latest senior recruit by Chief Constable StephenRead more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk