UK police chief retires
A prominent police chief in the United Kingdom has retired following allegations of corruption.
Chief of Dyfed-Powys police, Terry Grange reportedly misused a work computer and a corporate credit card while having an affair.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission said the accusations against Grange have been proven.
However, the Crown Prosecution Service said sufficient evidence has not been found to charge him with misconduct in public office.
The police authority in Wales said proper procedures for chief officers concerning expenses, annual leave and use of computer systems will be strengthened.