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Search wands and armour issued to more officers after Sgt Ratana

The Metropolitan Police are issuing more officers with search wands and body armour after the murder of Sergeant Matt Ratana.

Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick observes a minute's silence for officer Sgt Ratana at the Empress State Building, London.

Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick observes a minute's silence for officer Sgt Ratana at the Empress State Building, London.

Date - 20th November 2020
By - Chloe Livadeas
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More Met officers are being issued with wands to find weapons before suspects are taken into custody. Officers who are the first point of contact in a custody suite will also now wear body armour. Sgt Ratana was shot in the chest at Croydon Custody...
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