05:06AM, Thursday 03 January 2013
A new inspector will take over the reins trying to keep Windsor crime-free after an officer announced he is moving on.
Inspector Pete Dalton is to leave the role to become tactical firearms command cadre for Thames Valley Police.
His last day will be Friday, January 11, and an announcement is set to be made next week as to who will take on the inspector position.
Insp Dalton said he was looking forward to a new change and the role he is taking on, which will see him cover the whole force area.
He also said two new PCs will be joining the Windsor neighbourhood policing team over the next two months.
PC Nick Brown will start on February 1 and replace PC Paul Glanville, and PC Ben Holman will start on March 1 and replace PC Mike Jones.
Both new officers will be based in the West Windsor area, which covers areas such as Dedworth and Clewer.
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