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Parm Sandhu, a former Metropolitan Police chief superintendent, has told Trevor Phillips On Sunday she has “real, serious concerns” about the vetting process for police in the UK in the wake of Sarah Everard’s murder.
She said: “Every single person needs to be reviewed.”
Speaking about Wayne Couzens, she added: “This man not only got through … after indecency offences in 2015 – in 2018 he was taken into the Met – he was also given a gun to carry on the streets of London. That was another form of vetting.
“I believe there are other individuals who have got questionable backgrounds who should be being looked at. Not just in the Met, up and down the country.
“I think we have missed that and instead of looking backwards we should be looking forwards and making sure those individuals are targeted now.”
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