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‘There should be no hiding place for policing from the anger, the disbelief, the sense of absolute betrayal’

The murder of Sarah Everard at the hands of a serving Met Police officer has shocked and angered a nation, and prompted a much wider debate about violence against women and girls, misogyny, and the role of policing; author and former Met Police Chief Superintendent John Sutherland shares his thoughts on what this horrific crime means for police officers and society, and where we go from here.

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