Met police found to be institutionally racist, misogynistic and homophobic
London police racist, misogynistic, homophobic: Report
"It is not our job as the public to keep ourselves safe from the police. It is the police's job to keep us safe as the public,'' said Louise Casey, an expert on victims' rights and social welfare who led the review. "Far too many Londoners have now lost faith in policing to do that," the report said.
'Racist, Misogynist and Homophobic': Govt Report Rips Into London Police Force
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and bereaved families on Tuesday led calls for "top to bottom" reform of London's Metropolitan Police, after a review found the UK's largest crime-fighting force to be institutionally racist, sexist and homophobic.
Casey report: Mark Rowley refuses to describe Met Police as ‘institutionally’ racist
Sir Mark Rowley says he accepts the diagnosis of the damning Casey report, but will not use the term "institutional." The Metropolitan Police boss accepts the finding that there is racism, misogyny and homophobia in the force. However, he said the term "institutional" is political and "means a lot of things to different people," so he won't use it. The report, led by Baroness Louise Casey, found the force is institutionally racist, misogynistic
London police institutionally racist and sexist, report finds
London's Metropolitan Police is institutionally racist, misogynistic and homophobic and unable to police itself, an independent review said on Tuesday, heaping pressure on the Met's new chief to reform Britain's biggest police force.
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