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Home Office 'terrified' of engaging public over Met commissioner job

'Denying the candidates opportunities to engage with London undermines public safety' claims think tank.

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe announced his retirement last year

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe announced his retirement last year

Date - 6th February 2017
By - John Toner - Police Oracle
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The Centre for Public Safety claims the government is “terrified” of engaging Londoners about candidates for the new Met Commissioner job. Rumours of a four person shortlist for the vacancy circulated last week but the Home Office has...
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