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Everard murder case sparks urgent inquiry into vetting of police officers

Those who report inappropriate behaviour in forces should be given more support, say senior officers

Police vetting procedures will be urgently reviewed as part of attempts to address the crisis engulfing policing after the murder of Sarah Everard.

Senior officers in charge of UK policing standards also revealed that they wanted to rebuild trust by better protecting officers who challenged “unacceptable behaviour” by colleagues.

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