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Met beefs up professional standards with 50 more investigators

Officers seconded from other departments will only work on sexual misconduct and domestic abuse reviews. • Fifty trained investigators have been moved from other departments within the Met to the Directorate of Professional Standards (DPS) in order to work on reviews of current and past investigati

Degree programme already harming retention rates, says chief

Chief constable Nick Adderley, the most vocal critic of the College of Policing's degree programme, has said it's partly to blame for the number of new recruits leaving the service. • Northamptonshire Police on average lose around 100 people a year. But the chief says the numbers are increasing

Former Met DI would have been dismissed for sexual misconduct

A former Met Detective Inspector would have been sacked had he not already resigned for sexually touching a colleague, a misconduct panel has decided. • The gross misconduct hearing was told that on 12 December 2019 while off duty at a bar, former DI Jonathan Kent touched a female colleague in a sex

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