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Met Police ‘going after’ corrupt officers says Commissioner

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley has told London Assembly members public trust in the force is “dented but not broken” and his leadership team is “going after” corrupt officers. In his opening speech, Sir Mark paid tribute to the work of thousands of Met officers, noting 95 have been assaulted on duty in London over the past week alone, but added: “We also have hundreds of people in the organisation letting us down." Later, amid questions about the “disproportionate” use of police strip search powers on black people, Sir Mark invited London Assembly members to consider why “young black men are 12 times more likely to be murdered in London over the last decade than young white men”.
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