French police commander suspended over suspected exam cheating

Frédéric Dupuch, 62, inspector-general of France's national police, has been suspended from duty along with a woman chief inspector who he is suspected of giving confidential information to about an exam she sat for professional promotion.

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One of France’s most senior police commanders has been suspended on suspicion of helping a female colleague cheat “for personal reasons” on the exam for a promotion, reports The Times.