Sarah Everard

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Labour wants to ‘take back our streets’: Will this help people affected by crime?
Experts say Keir Starmer’s plans to cut serious crime levels are ambitious. The party also hopes to restore faith in the criminal justice system but with limited extra resources

Rajeev Syal Home affairs editor

25, Jun, 2024 @11:20 AM

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Only 40% of people in England trust their police force, research reveals
Metropolitan police scores lowest in public confidence, with women trusting London officers even less than men

Vikram Dodd Police and crime correspondent

18, Apr, 2024 @4:00 AM

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Ministers may toughen response to indecent exposure after Wayne Couzens inquiry
Government accepts findings of report which says police showed ‘apathy’ in following up reports of Couzens’ offending

Robert Booth Social affairs correspondent

25, Mar, 2024 @3:00 PM

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Home Office breaks pledge to fund sex-crime research after Everard murder
Government was to look at whether offenders tend to commit increasingly serious crimes after outcry over warning signs with police officer Wayne Couzens

Sophie Wilkinson

10, Mar, 2024 @10:00 AM

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Sarah Everard: The Search for Justice review – this film will make you furious, but don’t look away
Made with the blessing of Everard’s parents, this stomach-churning documentary about her murder doesn’t shy away from all the disturbing facts. It is both unbearable and heart-rattlingly urgent to watch

Rachel Aroesti

05, Mar, 2024 @10:00 PM

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Met reform needs to start at recruitment | Letter
Letter: Dr Richard Carter suspects that the authoritarian nature of policing attracts people who are unsuitable for situations where empathy and human consideration are needed

05, Mar, 2024 @5:05 PM

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Sarah Everard detective struggling to see how Met can ‘win back trust’
Katherine Goodwin, who led inquiry into the murder by a serving officer, is concerned problem may be ‘endemic’

Geneva Abdul

04, Mar, 2024 @12:01 AM

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How many more women will die as UK police forces ignore sex offenders in their ranks? | Yvonne Roberts
Lady Angiolini’s report into the murder of Sarah Everard by a Met officer has called for a significant overhaul. But we’ve been here before

Yvonne Roberts

03, Mar, 2024 @8:30 AM

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Labour promises to make indecent exposure ‘red flag’ offence after Sarah Everard murder
‘Fundamental review’ prompted by killer Wayne Couzens’s record of sexual crimes as a police officer

Shanti Das

03, Mar, 2024 @7:00 AM

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Police to get compulsory training on violence against women under Labour plans
Party’s proposals come after Elish Angiolini’s report into Wayne Couzens’ murder of Sarah Everard

Vikram Dodd Police and crime correspondent

02, Mar, 2024 @7:00 AM

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Devastating report lays bare police failings over Sarah Everard’s killer
Inquiry into serial sexual offender Wayne Couzens outlines multiple failings by police forces

Vikram Dodd Police and crime correspondent

29, Feb, 2024 @9:09 PM

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I read the Couzens report expecting evidence of rank misogyny. What I found was almost worse | Gaby Hinsliff
This litany of apathy and sloppiness suggests police forces are incapable of the reform needed after Sarah Everard’s murder, says Guardian columnist Gaby Hinsliff

Gaby Hinsliff

29, Feb, 2024 @7:18 PM

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