from: BBC News Five officers have cases to answer over messages sent on WhatsApp and Signal, the police watchdog says.
Commissioner Philip Allott quits his role following a two-week storm of sustained criticism.
from: BBC News Philip Allott faces further pressure to resign after outrage over his comments about Sarah Everard.
from: BBC News The DJ says that when she reported the matter to police, officers laughed about what had happened.
from: BBC News The service would track users and trigger an alert if they did not reach their destination.
from: BBC News It will scrutinise culture and standards at the police force following Sarah Everard’s murder.
Mina Smallman, whose daughters were murdered in 2020, offers support and advice to Sarah’s parents.
from: BBC News Twenty-three-year-old Amy, her mum and her nan discuss how safe they feel in public as women.
The public have a right to know why he was allowed to continue as an officer, the home secretary says.
from: BBC News Met chief Cressida Dick says the force’s culture will be examined following Sarah Everard’s murder.
from: BBC News Boris Johnson also says women should have confidence in the police after the murder of Sarah Everard.
There is an air of crisis in British policing this weekend as it faces a great moment of reckoning.
People stopped by a lone plain-clothes officer should challenge their legitimacy, the Met Police says.
Boris Johnson says the police do a “wonderful job” – but must do more to tackle violence against women.
The guidance after the sentencing of Wayne Couzens, who abused his power as a police officer to falsely arrest and murder Sarah Everard, 33, provoked widespread criticism and mockery. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Commissioner Philip Allott says women should be educated about police powers and legal process.
from: BBC News Women have been asking how they should react if they are stopped by a lone police officer.
Police must do more to restore trust – and can’t put the onus on women to change behaviour, says MP.
Sarah Everard’s killer is believed to have been in a chat with officers sharing “discriminatory” content. from: BBC News
from: BBC News The force seeks to reassure the public after the murder of Sarah Everard by a serving officer.