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Sir Arthur Young, Commissioner of the City of London Police, who was seconded in 1969 to the RUC, Royal Ulster Constabulary, to implement the Hunt Report, which introduced the standard British rank system for police officers in Northern Ireland. Young had the distinction of being the RUC's last Inspector-General and its first Chief Constable. November 1969. 196911000258b<br />
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Sir Arthur Young, Commissioner of the City of London Police, who was seconded in 1969 to the RUC, Royal Ulster Constabulary, to implement the Hunt Report, which introduced the standard British rank system for police officers in Northern Ireland. Young had the distinction of being the RUC's last Inspector-General and its first Chief Constable. November 1969. 196911000258b

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