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Honour for former chief constable.

FORMER Warwickshire Chief Constable Peter Joslin has been made a Deputy Lieutenant of Warwickshire.

The appointment by Martin Dunne, Lord Lieutenant of War-wickshire, was announced today.

The Lord Willoughby de Broke, of Moreton in Marsh, was also made a deputy lieutenant.

Mr Joslin (right), aged 65, who lives in Kenilworth, retired last October as the longest-serving chief constable in the country.

He and Lord Willoughby de Broke - heavily involved with charitable work at the Leamington-based Midlands Counties Home for the Disabled - join 25 other deputy lieutenants in Warwickshire.
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Date:Jul 13, 1999
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