Humberside Police has today announced Chris Noble as the new Assistant Chief Constable.
Chris joins Humberside from the Police Service of Northern Ireland where he has worked across a variety of operational roles, latterly as police Commander for Belfast City, leading over 1,000 staff and holding responsibility for the operational areas of neighbourhood policing, emergency response and countering violent extremism.
Prior to his current posting he was a Temporary Assistant Chief Constable with responsibility for Organisational Performance and Change and Criminal Justice.
Chris said, “I’m delighted to have this opportunity to work with new colleagues in Humberside. It’s a great honour and I look forward to playing my part in helping to deliver an outstanding service to our communities across the region.”
Chief Constable Lee Freeman on announcing the appointment said “This appointment is good news for Humberside Police. Chris is a hugely talented and experienced officer, committed to improving the policing we provide to our communities”.
“I congratulate Chris on his appointment as Assistant Chief Constable and look forward to welcoming him to Humberside”.
PCC Keith Hunter on the appointment said “This most recent appointment further advances the structure of our new Chief Constables management team following the appointment of a new Deputy Chief Constable just last week. These forward thinking appointments are focussed on delivering effective community policing and are indicative of a renewed confidence in Humberside Police. I look forward to working with the Chief and his new team to build upon that confidence and really deliver for the people of Humberside”.