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National recommendations from IOPC after Fishmongers' Hall attack

Officers tasked with monitoring the convicted terrorist who committed the Fishmongers' Hall attack were not sufficiently trained, the IOPC has concluded.

Police tents outside Fishmonger's Hall, on London Bridge, following the London Bridge terrorist attack

Police tents outside Fishmonger's Hall, on London Bridge, following the London Bridge terrorist attack

Date - 11th June 2021
By - Chloe Livadeas
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The IOPC has made national recommendations to improve management of terrorism offenders after two investigations into the attack by Usman Khan that left two people dead. The watchdog concluded the officers tasked with with supervising him had...
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