Elizabeth Neville (police Officer)
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Elizabeth Neville Police Officer

Dame Elizabeth Neville, DBE, QPM, DL, (born 5 February 1953) was the High Sheriff of Wiltshire for 2010.[1] and former Chief Constable of Wiltshire.


Neville was appointed Chief Constable of Wiltshire in 1997 and retired from the force on 17 September 2004. She was only the second woman chief constable in the United Kingdom, and the youngest in the rank at that time.[2] She is a Deputy Lieutenant for Wiltshire.

She is or has also been:

  • Member of Regulatory Decisions Committee of the Financial Conduct Authority (current)
  • Member of Determinations Panel for the Pensions Regulator (current)
  • Non-Executive Director of The Insolvency Service (former)
  • An Independent Adjudicator of Companies House[3] (current)
  • Lay Member of the Independent Appeals Body for Phone-paid Service Authority (current)
  • Appeal Officer for Community Interest Companies (current)
  • Trustee Wiltshire & Swindon Community Foundation (current)
  • Trustee Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust (current)
  • Vice Chair of Board of Trustees of Cumberland Lodge (former)
  • Non-Executive Director of the Serious Fraud Office (former)
  • Member of the Civil Nuclear Police Authority[4] (former)
  • Member of the Police Appeals Tribunal (former)
  • Complaints Assessor for the Agencies of the Department for Transport (former)
  • Independent Complaints Adjudicator for the Assets Recovery Agency (former)
  • Director of Ajay Shopfit Maintenance Ltd (former)
  • Vice chair of Board of Governors Stonar School (former)
Police appointments
Preceded by
Walter Girven
Chief Constable of Wiltshire Police
1997 — 2004
Succeeded by
Martin Richards


  1. ^ "Ex police chief is new High Sheriff", Swindonadvertiser.co.uk; accessed 14 May 2017.
  2. ^ "BBC NEWS - UK - England - Wiltshire - County's Chief Constable retires". News.bbc.co.uk. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Complaints procedure - Companies House - GOV.UK". Companieshouse.gov.uk. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-02-07. Retrieved .CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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