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Met commissioner admits there are officers force needs to ‘identify and get rid of’




The head of the Metropolitan police has said some serving officers need to be identified and removed as he deals with the fierce fallout of the conviction of serial rapist David Carrick. As details of Carrick’s convictions were revealed, it emerged that a total of 1,633 cases of alleged sexual offences or domestic violence involving 1,071 officers and other staff were being reviewed from the last 10 years to make sure the appropriate decisions were made. Sir Mark Rowley was asked if he could guarantee that a woman visiting a police station to report a sexual offence would not meet a police officer whose past behaviour was now under review, or who was tolerating similar behaviour in their department. ‘I can’t, I’m not going to make a promise that I can’t stick to,’ he said
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