The officer appointed to stand in as head of South Yorkshire Police is to stand down after facing criticism.
Deputy Chief Constable Dawn Copley will return to her substantive role while another candidate is sought, police and crime commissioner Alan Billings said.
Ms Copley was made chief after the suspension of David Crompton following the Hillsborough inquests.
She had been investigated over her conduct with another force.
Chief Constable David Crompton was suspended on Wednesday over his force’s behaviour during the Hillsborough inquests.
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