He developed our Radical Efficiency programme – innovations that are radically different, deliver significantly better outcomes, and are significantly lower cost.
He also led People Powered Health, our programme in partnership with Nesta that applies coproduction to the management of long term health conditions, which demonstrated potential cost savings for the NHS of 7%.
The document also noted that Mr Horne is alleged to have said: “that [he] had to leave before [he] punched something.” On a separate occasion between October 16, 2015, and May 9, 2016, Mr Horne is alleged to have pushed Chief Superintendent Carl O’Malley with both hands, causing him to fall onto a desk for what the allegation states were “no apparent reasons”.
This second allegation is said to have taken place at an office at the Chief Executive’s House at Essex Police Headquarters.
The incident is said to have happened on an unknown date between October 2015 and May 2016.
Mr Horne is further accused of pushing the junior colleague 'with two hands, causing him to fall on to a desk', and it is alleged that this happened 'during a conversation about policing matters, and for no apparent reason'.
Again the alleged actions were noted as having “no apparent reason”.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) led an investigation into the accusations in July last year.
He currently leads our contribution to the Children’s Social Care Innovation Programme for the Department for Education – a multi-million pound programme to revolutionise children’s social care.
He was investigated by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) after concerns were raised in January and is on secondment as deputy general director at the National Crime Agency (NCA).
It is alleged Mr Horne approached Detective Chief Superintendent, formerly Superintendent, Glenn Maleary in June 2015 at a car park outside the Essex Police Force Control Room (FCR) in Chelmsford where he then angrily swore at him.
A senior police officer will be the subject of a misconduct hearing after allegedly throwing a stress ball at another officer's throat.
Essex Police's Deputy Chief Constable Matthew Horne has been accused of breaching multiple police standards and of swearing at a police officer, saying he needed to leave before he "punched something".