‘I am so sorry,’ says Met chief Cressida Dick, who admits that the jailing of Wayne Couzens has harmed public trust in the police.


Met Police Chief Cressida Dick has apologized and acknowledged that trust in the police has been harmed since Wayne Couzens was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Sarah Everard.

Outside the Old Bailey, she told reporters that Couzens, 48, had “brought shame to the Met” and that his crimes had “rocked” the force.

Following questions about how Couzens slipped through the cracks, Dick has been urged to resign. This page is currently being updated…



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