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Sarah Everard murder: Met to launch review of standards and internal culture

Leading figure will challenge force on corruption and sexual misconduct, vows Cressida Dick

The Metropolitan police is launching a review of professional standards and internal culture within the force, led by a high-profile anti-sleaze adviser, following the rape and murder of Sarah Everard by a serving officer.

Writing in the Evening Standard, the Met commissioner, Cressida Dick, committed to appointing a “high-profile figure” to lead the review and to work alongside her on “standards, corruption [and] sexual misconduct”.

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