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Policing must not ‘gloss over’ the Black Lives Matter protests, warns Britain’s first black Chief Constable

After joining the Metropolitan Police Service as a cadet in 1975, Michael Fuller QPM became Britain’s first black Chief Constable in 2004. In an exclusive interview with Policing Insight’s Sarah Gibbons, Mr Fuller reflects on his own experience in the police service and why it is important to listen to the Black Lives Matter protests.

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