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Kerrin Wilson Biography

Kerrin Wilson Biography

Kerrin Wilson is an assistant chief constable who caused a head-on crash while ‘distracted’ trying to make a hands-free call to her MP husband escaped a ban today.

Kerrin Wilson Age

She is 51 years old.

Kerrin Wilson Accident

Kerrin Wilson strayed onto the wrong side of the road moments after leaving the Lincolnshire Police headquarters and hit a Hyundai i30 traveling in the opposite direction. She became ‘distracted’ as she tried to find the Bluetooth button on the steering wheel of her Mini Countryman, and was ‘unfamiliar’ with the controls because she had only just started driving the vehicle, a court heard.

‘She pulled out of work and then decided to make a phone call using the hands-free facility in the car.

‘That distracted her because the car was new to her. She took her attention off the road to look for the right button on the steering wheel.

Kerrin Wilson Husband

Her husband – Phil Wilson, the Labour MP for Sedgefield – had only collected it from a garage around a week earlier.

Other Car Driver

The driver of the other car, Leanne Storr, suffered whiplash and bruising after being forced off the road, and had to be taken to hospital following the crash.

Kerrin Wilson Fined

Wilson, who pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention at an earlier hearing, was ordered to pay a total of £1,460 in fines and costs and had seven points added to her licence.

Kerrin Wilson Warning

Wilson is also being investigated for misconduct in relation to the crash and could receive a written warning.

Kerrin Wilson Police Chief

She was temporary Chief Superintendent of Durham Police at the time, and has been in her role at Lincolnshire Police for six months.

Fast Facts You Need to Know

  • Kerrin Wilson, of Lincoln Police, strayed onto the wrong side of the road and hit the car 
  • ‘Distracted’ as she tried to find a Bluetooth button to call husband, Phil Wilson
  • Officer paid £1,460 in fines and costs and had seven points added to licence