Former Hampshire chief constable takes up sport corruption fight

A FORMER chief constable is to become head of the International Cricket Council's new anti-corruption unit general manager.

Tuesday, 4th April 2017, 2:55 pm
Updated Tuesday, 9th May 2017, 8:18 pm
File photo of chief constable Alex Marshall. Picture: Paul Jacobs

The ICC has announced 55-year-old Alex Marshall’s forthcoming appointment, which he will take up in September. He was formerly Hampshire’s chief constable before taking up a post leading the College of Policing.

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ACU chairman Sir Ronnie Flanagan said: ‘Alex brings with him from his distinguished police career, a tremendous wealth of knowledge, expertise, experience and commitment which I know will further bolster the ACU in its fight against corruption.’