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Forces across the country fall silent for Sgt Matt Ratana

One week after his murder Met colleagues pay tribute to "dedicated colleague".

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick (2nd left) and her colleagues (L-R) Assistant Commissioner Nick Ephgrave; Robin Wilkinson, Chief of Corporate Services, Metropolitan Police Service; Assistant Commissioner Louisa Rolfe; Deputy Commissioner Sir Steve House and Assistant Commissioner Helen Ball observe a minute's silence for police officer Sergeant Matt Ratana at the Empress State Building, London.

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick (2nd left) and her colleagues (L-R) Assistant Commissioner Nick Ephgrave; Robin Wilkinson, Chief of Corporate Services, Metropolitan Police Service; Assistant Commissioner Louisa Rolfe; Deputy Commissioner Sir Steve House and Assistant Commissioner Helen Ball observe a minute's silence for police officer Sergeant Matt Ratana at the Empress State Building, London.

Date - 2nd October 2020
By - Gary Mason
Officers and staff from the Met joined other forces across the country in a minute’s silence this morning to pay respects to Sergeant Matt Ratana, one week on from his murder. At 11am, Commissioner Cressida Dick and her management board led...
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