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Trust in police shaken by Everard case - Met Chief

Trust in police shaken by Everard case – Met Chief

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Trust in police shaken by Everard case – Met Chief

Trust in the Metropolitan Police has been “shaken” by the murder of Sarah Everard by a then-serving officer, the force’s commissioner has admitted.

Dame Cressida Dick said she recognises a ‘bond of trust has been damaged’.  The Met Chief was speaking at the Old Bailey as she faced calls for her resignation.

But Home Secretary Priti Patel said she would continue to work with the Met Chief.

A Met Police officer who murdered Sarah Everard after kidnapping her under the guise of an arrest has been sentenced to a whole-life prison term.

Wayne Couzens abducted the 33-year-old as she walked home from a friend’s house in south London on 3 March.

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