Bromley borough commander Steph Roberts stays on for 'challenge'

Permanent leader: Chief Superintendent Steph Roberts

Permanent leader: Chief Superintendent Steph Roberts

First published in Bromley News Shopper: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

BROMLEY police’s borough commander is ready for an ‘exciting and challenging’ year after decided to take up the post permanently.

Steph Roberts took the role in January and was only due to be on the borough until this month when another officer would have been promoted into the position.

But the 47-year-old has decided to stay on and has set 61 targets to be met for the next 12 months including reversing the rise in robbery, tackling anti-social behaviour and improve confidence and satisfaction.

The mother of two said: “It will be an exciting year and I am exceptionally pleased to be here, enthusiastic about the future of Bromley and am looking forward to the challenges ahead."

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12:28pm Thu 12 Apr 12

Jeepo14 says...

Well 'Steph' you can nick me anytime you like. ;)

I may even resist just a little to liven the proceeding up.
Well 'Steph' you can nick me anytime you like. ;) I may even resist just a little to liven the proceeding up. Jeepo14
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1:10pm Thu 12 Apr 12

goldenbroomboy says...

She was obviously the favourite of somebody in a senior position, and it was obvious that she would be given the job full time. Strings were pulled. What a farce.
She was obviously the favourite of somebody in a senior position, and it was obvious that she would be given the job full time. Strings were pulled. What a farce. goldenbroomboy
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11:03pm Fri 13 Apr 12

BillHeslop says...

Ello ello ello darling. But I dont understand how some female who was in carry on films, was the landlady of the Queen Vic and an associate of the Krays can be a Chief Superintendent. I thought they could only be Crime Commisars. Has this ultra quick promotion system been brought in early by the boy Cameron?
Ello ello ello darling. But I dont understand how some female who was in carry on films, was the landlady of the Queen Vic and an associate of the Krays can be a Chief Superintendent. I thought they could only be Crime Commisars. Has this ultra quick promotion system been brought in early by the boy Cameron? BillHeslop
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