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POLICE have confirmed that no misconduct allegations will be served to Hampshire’s Chief Constable Andy Marsh.

Simon Hayes, Hampshire Police and Crime Commisioner asked Essex Police to investigate a number of complaints made to him about Mr Marsh and his handling of an investigation at Stanbridge Earls School in Romsey.

Mr Hayes said: ‘Having previously stated my absolute confidence in Chief Constable Marsh, I welcome this news and look forward to receiving the final report.’