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The former Halfords manager will be tweeting all week on the @swpnorth account, which is the Twitter account for the force's northern basic command unit - which covers Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr.
Its Central, Eastern, Northern and Western Basic Command Units (BCUs) bought 24 Ford Focus cars.
Secondly, to deal with Steve's views on the police authority's budget process; last year, MPA held six public meetings, one in each Basic Command Unit, to discuss the forthcoming budget and the steps the authority and force needed to take to meet the pounds 61.
The study, Partners in Crime, said a commissioner should be elected to represent each smallest policing area, known as a basic command unit.
Primarily written by two lecturers at the University of Glamorgan, this textbook outlines the structure of the basic command unit, introduces the principles of criminal investigation, and describes the duties of police officers.
Mr McNulty said: "It may be - although I really do remain to be persuaded - that we should somehow elect local sheriffs at basic command unit level.
Warwickshire Police is getting rid of 'sectors' - subdivisions covering villages and towns - and the two basic command units in the north and south of the county known as operational command units.
Warwickshire Police is getting rid of sub-divisions covering villages and towns and the two basic command units in the north and south of the county known as operational command units.