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He became a junior reporter in 1965, One of the first stories he covered was the death of Horace Oakley, the Latin master at his old school and the man who first advised him to pursue journalism as a career.
Hardwick left Derbyshire to become a sub-editor with the Wiltshire Gazette and Herald in Swindon in 1969, then moved on to become a news editor for the now defunct Lincolnshire Chronicle.
He had first encountered YTV when covering a story at Butlin's in Filey.
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Controversy surrounded him in early 2013, when he suspended his acting Chief Constable, Neil Rhodes, without making the reasons for his actions public.
The decision was reversed by a High Court judge on 28 March 2013, with the judge referring to the decision as 'perverse' and 'irrational'.In further developments after the court decision, Hardwick continued to maintain that Rhodes would not return to his former role of acting Chief Constable.