Australian federal police boss Andrew Colvin stands down from job
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Peter Dutton pays tribute to ‘inspirational’ AFP commissioner, who will quit in September after 30 years as a police officer

The Australian federal police commissioner Andrew Colvin will quit in September, after he revealed on Monday he will not seek an extension of his contract.

Colvin announced the end of his 30 years as a police officer in a statement describing the move as hardest of his career but “the right decision for me, for my family, and for the AFP”. Continue reading

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