Last Updated: Thursday, 30 November 2006, 17:43 GMT
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West Yorkshire police chief dies
Mr Cramphorn was Northern Ireland deputy chief constable until 2002West Yorkshire's chief constable has died after a two-year battle against cancer, the force has announced.
Colin Cramphorn, 50, who joined the force in 2002, was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2004.
In September, the former Northern Ireland deputy chief constable announced he planned to retire after "four challenging and rewarding years".
Acting Chief Constable Julia Hodson said: "The force is deeply saddened by the news of Colin's death."