August 5, 2019 3.49 pm This story is over 51 months old

Senior Lincolnshire Police officer due in court charged with careless driving

Lincolnshire Police top senior officer due in court

One of Lincolnshire Police’s top senior officers is due in court charged with careless driving.

Assistant Chief Constable Kerrin Wilson has been reported for court summons for an alleged offence of driving without due care and attention.

This follows a crash involving a Mini Countryman and a Hyundai i30 that took place at 5.33pm on December 21, 2018 on Deepdale Lane in Nettleham — the road outside the Lincolnshire Police HQ.

Lincolnshire Police Assistant Chief Constable Kerrin Wilson. Photo: Connor Creaghan for The Lincolnite

Chief superintendent Kerrin Wilson, 51, was appointed in the top Lincolnshire Police job in Autumn 2018.

She has a 25 year career in policing and previously was the commander of Armed Response and Roads Policing in the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit (CDSOU).

The case is listed at Nottingham Magistrates Court on August 8, 2019.