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Detective Chief Superintendent Hamish Campbell

Post by Guest on 17.05.13 17:06

We did all we could to catch Dando killer: London's top murder detective on his biggest cases


Forty years ago, Hamish Campbell joined the ranks of Scotland Yard as a fresh-faced, 16-year-old cadet.

It was the Seventies — the setting for popular TV police drama The Sweeney and, decades later, Life on Mars — and a senior officer recommended the young recruit as having the potential to be a “good and honest” policeman

Detective Chief Superintendent Campbell retires today as head of the Yard’s Homicide and Serious Crime Command — London’s most senior murder squad detective.

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Re: Detective Chief Superintendent Hamish Campbell

Post by carotino on 17.05.13 19:07

Maybe he can become a Knight or Labour peer like Blair.

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Post by Martin on 18.05.13 5:11

With his 'connections' I'm sure he'll have a well paid job as a security advisor, or similar, lined up.

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Post by plebgate on 18.05.13 9:08

aye I think you are right Martin.

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