Police hierachy rejects superindendent's bid to keep Limestone Coast position

WE ARE NOT GOING: Katrina Twilley pats two kangaroos she cares for on her OB Flat property. The property is a haven for more than 20 kangaroos and wallabies that have been injured or orphaned. 																 Picture: SANDRA MORELLO

WE ARE NOT GOING: Katrina Twilley pats two kangaroos she cares for on her OB Flat property. The property is a haven for more than 20 kangaroos and wallabies that have been injured or orphaned. Picture: SANDRA MORELLO

LIMESTONE Coast Police Superintendent Trevor Twilley is expected to break ranks and refuse to take up a position in Adelaide next week, despite a relocation order from his superiors.

While Supt Twilley remains tight-lipped over the stand-off with South Australian Police (SAPOL), his wife Katrina yesterday spoke out given her husband only has one week left in his prominent regional role.

Hoping for an 11th hour reprieve, Ms Twilley called on the community to continue to rally behind her husband following SAPOL Commissioner Grant Stevens upholding the decision to force his relocation.

His replacement, Superintendent Grant Moyle - who has already spent a number of weeks in the position in Mount Gambier - will officially take over on Monday.

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