London force

London force

[′lun·dən ‚fȯrs]
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The 11-month investigation, headed by former trade union leader Sir Bill Morris, into alleged racism in the London force warned that a backlash against diversity was starting to emerge, which would be 'catastrophic'.
A female officer working for the London force complained that 'inappropriate comments' were made to her by Mr Nicholas Stevens.
They moved to Barnet, Hertfordshire, before she was born when her dad joined the London force.
In London, police recorded 2% fewer offences, with a fall of 7% noted by the City of London force.
Redknapp was one of five men arrested by the City of London force on Wednesday - along with club chief executive Peter Storrie, former chairman Milan Mandaric, former player Amdy Faye and agent Willie McKay - as part of their investigation into allegations of corruption in the game.
The two PCs, from the City of London force, told the Old Bailey yesterday about a meeting between Williams, professional gambler and owner Miles Rodgers and former jockey Gavin Faulkner in the Bridge Inn at Walshford, in North Yorkshire.
The London force hopes the move will help rebuild public trust.
Frank Claydon, who was born in Danbury, Essex, investigated vice clubs as chief inspector of the London force in the mid 1940s.
Advertisements for positions in the London force have appeared, offering salaries of pounds 6,000 more than in the Midlands, in the hope of enticing people to the capital.
Abdul Rahman, 33, was a constable in the London force for almost three years when MI5 warned that he might have visited a training camp in Pakistan.
Perhaps the City of London force should be given responsibility for Palace Security, Westminster and Downing Street security, if the Metropolitan Police are unable to discharge their responsibilities in this regard.
Mr Polin joined the police in 1983 with the City of London force, where he rose to the rank of chief inspector.

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