North Yorks Policeman in £400,000 dodgy business dealings with wife and Common Purpose colleague

Yorkshire Post article following up on an earlier story that the wife of a senior North Yorkshire Police officer Supt Paul Ackerley received nearly £400,000 from the force in payments to her training company. Jon Porter, director of North Yorkshire Police's human resources department and the civilian official with overall responsibility for training, resigned in the summer. The Crown Prosecution Service is not pressing charges and both men have resigned. Nice work if you can get it. What the Yorkshire Post does not say is that Jon Porter was, and may still be, a member of Common Purpose Advisory group North Yorkshire. In that role he would have been identifying and selecting other people to be trained as Common Purpose 'leaders'. How much of these dodgy business dealings were done behind closed doors and under secret Common Purpose Chatham House rules?