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Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe: Policing London’s streets

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe looks back at his time as Met commissioner

By: Eastern Eye Staff

Britain’s largest police force, London’s Metropolitan Police, has “learned a lot” from regular exchanges with their counterparts in India and Pakistan, according to retiring Met commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe. These exchanges have included assistance on individual cases, particularly those involving terrorism, the police chief told reporters on Wednesday (January 18). However, he pointed out that the majority of those arrested on terrorism-related charges in the UK have been “home-grown”, casting doubt on the impact of migration on public safety. Sir Bernard said personnel exchanges have given officers in south Asia insight into how the Met maintains public order and conducts…

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