Former police official paid more than £200,000

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A TOP police official was paid more than £200,000, it can be revealed.

Jenni Douglas-Todd, former chief executive at the office of Hampshire’s police and crime commissioner, was paid a total remuneration package of £217,252.

It was the biggest payment in the south east, according to the TaxPayers’ Alliance.

Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the TaxPayers’ Alliance said: ‘Hampshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has shown such exorbitant deals are unnecessary by appointing a replacement for half the salary and others should look to do the same.’

Simon Hayes, the PCC, had said the cash was her entitlement.