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Tributes to Britain's first black female officer who has died aged 83

Sislin Fay Allen was described by the Met Commissioner as "a pioneer of her time and an inspiration for many" while former Met superintendent Leroy Logan called her a "remarkable" woman.

Sislin Fay Allen

Sislin Fay Allen

Date - 7th July 2021
By - Chloe Livadeas
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Ms Allen, who joined the Met Police in 1968 aged 29, making her the first black female police officer in the force and the UK, died at her family home in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, on Monday (5 July). Ms Allen was working as a nurse at Croydon’s...
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