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Michael J. Todd was born on 10 August, 1957 in Barking, Essex, England, is a British chief constable. Discover Michael J. Todd's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 63 years old?

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Occupation Chief Constable
Age 50 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 10 August, 1957
Birthday 10 August
Birthplace Barking, Essex, England
Date of death March 11, 2008
Died Place Bwlch Glas, Snowdon, Wales
Nationality United Kingdom

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After Todd was reported missing by Greater Manchester Police, rescue teams from Llanberis, North Wales, started a search for him at 01:00 on 11 March 2008. After being alerted by hill walkers who found personal possessions, they found Todd's body in the Bwlch Glas area of Snowdon. The post-mortem report initially found "no obvious cause" of death.

The inquest into his death was opened and adjourned on 13 March 2008.

On 6 October 2008, the coroner ruled that Todd had died from exposure, essentially freezing to death having been only lightly clothed on the slopes of Snowdon, and while "his state of mind was affected by alcohol, a drug and confusion due to his personal situation."


In 2006 he became a vice-president of ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers), a post he held until his death.


Todd was a proponent of the use of the taser and advocated for the weapon to be more widely issued to front line Police Officers. In 2005, in order to demonstrate that the stun guns were safe and effective, he allowed himself to be tasered on camera. After recovering he said "I was completely incapacitated, and if I was carrying a weapon there was no way I could have done anything, as I just couldn't move. And yes, it hurt like hell and no, I wouldn't want to do it again. "


In 2002, he was selected as Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, overseeing a City then notable for its extensive gang-related gun crime and a force with a record of poor performance, inefficiency and mired in claims of institutional racism. By the time of his death he was viewed as instrumental in improving performance, helping to dispel Manchester's "Gunchester" image and restoring his forces's reputation within the local community.


He returned to the Metropolitan Police in 1998 when appointed Deputy Assistant Commissioner and in 2000 he was promoted to the rank of Assistant Commissioner. Throughout his tenure as Assistant Commissioner he was responsible for Territorial Policing covering all 32 London Boroughs. He oversaw the policing of several high profile public events, such as the Notting Hill Carnival, the Golden Jubilee celebrations and the anti-capitalist May Day protests, for which he received a Commissioner's Commendation from then Commissioner John Stevens.


In 1995 he was appointed Assistant Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police, initially managing support services and then operational policing.


Todd grew up in Essex where he attended the Billericay School and later attended the University of Essex. He graduated with a first class honours degree in government in 1989 and a master's degree in politics in 1994. The university named him the alumnus of the year in 2003 for his contributions to policing and the community.


Starting as a Police cadet Todd joined Essex Police in 1976.


Michael James Todd QPM (10 August 1957 – 11 March 2008) was Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police from October 2002 until his death.