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Met to pilot undercover officers in night-time economy

Metropolitan Police to deploy undercover officers outside bars and clubs in a bid to reduce violence against women and girls in the night-time economy.

Met Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick with Assistant Commissioner Louisa Rolfe during a meeting at Brixton Police Station, with community groups from Lambeth and Southwark

Met Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick with Assistant Commissioner Louisa Rolfe during a meeting at Brixton Police Station, with community groups from Lambeth and Southwark

Date - 3rd November 2021
By - Chloe Livadeas
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The scheme will be piloted in two London boroughs, Southwark and Lambeth, the Met revealed today (3 November). Teams of plain-clothes and uniformed officers will be deployed together to identify predators near pubs, bars and clubs. Thames Valley,...
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