阿文和薩默塞特的首席警員承認，她 "感到不舒服"，她的部隊中的一些官員在不當行為聽證會後沒有被解僱，而是在 "威脅和風險得到緩解 "的情況下被調離。
但她承認，當一名被帶到不當行為小組的官員沒有被解僱，然後又回到警隊被安置在 "實際上我們對這個人不放心的地方 "時，她感到 "不舒服"，我們必須看看那些威脅和風險被減輕的角色。
Avon & Somerset's chief constable admits she is "uncomfortable" some officers in her force are not sacked after misconduct hearings, but moved where "threat and risk is mitigated."
Her comments follow the HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) report, which was ordered after Sarah Everard's kidnap, rape and murder in March 2021 by serving Met Police officer Wayne Couzens.
The report found hundreds of police officers who should have failed vetting checks, may be in the job in England and Wales.
At a quarterly performance and accountability board meeting, Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Mark Shelford asked Ms Crew: "What reassurance can you give me that no serving officer or member of the wider police family poses a security risk to the public in the constabulary area?"
Ms Crew replied that there had been investment in professional standards, vetting and counter corruption teams since she took over a year ago.
"Our initial vetting is strong and we are in a good place with our re-vetting, when officers and staff need to be vetted again later in their career," the chief constable said.
But she admitted she was "uncomfortable" when an officer taken to a misconduct panel, is not dismissed, and then comes back into the force to be placed "somewhere where actually we aren't comfortable with that person being, and we have to look at roles where threat and risk is mitigated."
Ms Crew said she would ensure the force was doing or would do everything recommended in the national report and "over and above that if there is anything else we need to do to improve that situation".