Chief Superintendent - Ireland

Ireland

In An Garda Siochana, the Republic of Ireland's national police force, the rank of chief superintendent is between superintendent and assistant commissioner. Chief superintendents usually command divisions, while detective chief superintendents head the various investigative branches.

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