Metropolitan Police CIO Ailsa Beaton to leave next year

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Director of information Beaton to leave in mid-2013 after 12 years at Met Police

Ailsa Beaton, CIO at the Metropolitan Police, the top IT job in the police service, is to leave her post in mid-2013 after 12 years in the role. Beaton, who arrived at the Met four commissioners...

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