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Met commissioner job announcement flags need fix “serious flaws” of force | Metropolitan Police

Ministers and the mayor of London issued a sharp assessment of state of metropolitan police in job advertisement for a new commissioner urgently root out offense that undermined public confidence.

The ad is looking for candidates to replace Cressida Dick, who leave in February after mayor Sadiq Khan lost his faith in her ability drag force out of a series of scandals, with home Office declining to save her.

Focus in job posting to become the UK’s best police officer in 2017 when dick won in post on fight crime. While there is still a focus on This in in new advertising, it also calls for transformation and inspiring leadership and highlights need to do problems wreaks havoc on Britain’s largest force.

Announcement says: “It has become clear that significant and sustained improvements need be made inside [Met] recovery public confidence and legitimacy in the biggest police force in United Kingdom.”

Applicants will be required to have an “achievable plan to restore confidence and confidence of Londoners, advertising says.

He’s calling for “giving leadership the opportunity to address issues related to police behavior and institutional culture resolution”, adding that the successful candidate must restore public trust and confidence “especially [among] women and girls, as well as blacks, Asians and ethnic minorities.” The work will include the elimination of “serious deficiencies”. in in forceadvertising says.

Separate set information document for £293,000 per year post says: “This will include the delivery of a police officer force which best reflects diversity of London, as well as the implementation of strict ethical framework of behavior for in [Met]rooting out unacceptable behavior at all levels, including misogyny, racism and homophobia.”

Scandals on racehomophobia and police treatment of women annoyed the Met, but the attitude of the leadership towards them and the reaction to them alarmed government and City Hall, as well as Dick’s seeming defensive stance.

next Commissioner will eventually be chosen home secretary, who must take into account the opinion of Khan, who is an also police and crime commissioner for London.

One potential candidate for commissioner of the Met said that the enthusiastic ceremonies given by the officers on the occasion of Dick’s departure made they seem to think that last five years went well, adding: “The Met feels they have done nothing for wrong”.

Potential candidates include former head of fight against terrorism Sir Mark Rowley, who left police four years ago, after which he became a co-author novel. Lynn Owens, who stood down as director general of National Crime Agency fight cancer, it also consider applying after a positive medical news.

If Matt Jukes, Met current head of counter-terrorism applies, he would be a candidate representing new generation of police leaders. Chief Constable of Devon and Cornwall, Sean Sawyer, May also apply and is said to have impressed the Home Office in his national role as lead on performance.

Among big hitters unlikely to apply is Martin Hewitt, chairman of Council of National Police Chiefs; Dave Thompson, Chief Constable of West Midlands; Simon Byrne, of police service of Northern Ireland; and Neil Basu, who was once believed to be Dick’s heir but was seen government as not flexible enough.

It is clear that Basu did very well. in his interview next head of National Crime Agency. announcement for that post was postponed.

Sir Stephen House – Acting Commissioner of the Met. in intermediate, with Dick on step down and officially stop being Commissioner at the end of this month.

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