Three Further IPCC CSA Investigations Regarding The Met.

And a further 6 referrals being assessed.

IPCC

Mar 26, 2015

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is to manage a further three investigations detailing allegations of corruption in the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) in relation to child sex offences dating from the 1970s to the 2000s.

This is in addition to the 14 referrals announced on 16 March. All relate to allegations about:

  • Suppressing evidence;
  • Hindering or halting investigations;
  • Covering up the offences because of the involvement of members of parliament and police officers

These three referrals are:

1)      Allegation that a child abuse investigation in central London gathered evidence against MP’s, judges, media entertainers, police, actors, clergy and others.  The file was submitted to start proceedings against those identified and two months later an officer was called in by a senior MPS officer and told to drop the case.

2)      Allegation about police actions during a child abuse investigation in the 1980s.

3)      A related allegation about the same investigation.

The IPCC is also assessing a further six referrals it has received from the MPS relating to similar matters.

IPCC.go.uk

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5 responses to “Three Further IPCC CSA Investigations Regarding The Met.

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  2. artmanjosephgrech

    The development explains why the inquiry is expected only to be in a position to issue its overall interim report by 2018 and it is surprising how little attention has been given to the now published terms of reference

  3. dpack

    if my maths is correct i think this brings it to about 20 ippc investigations into police actions/non actions and about another 10 being assessed to see if there grounds to look at them in detail.
    i wonder how many of them might interlink and lead back to a “hub”which had an interest in these criminal investigations being dropped.(perhaps “hub”is too specific as there may be several parties with an interest in such things staying in the dark)