Police chief moves home because he is 'nervous of confronting youths sitting on his garden wall' Teenagers have forced a police chief out of his home because the officer was too "nervous" to challenge the youths about sitting on his wall. Superintendent Wayne Mawson, who has a top job in London, is aged in his 40s and earns around £70,000, was worried about speaking to the teenagers. Instead Supt Mawson decided the best idea was to move out of his house in Hackney, East London. He admitted that the youths had made him nervous about returning home from his job as head of operations in Haringey - and confessed he had given in to them. What a w*nker, how can he possibly be a leader of men.