Scotland Yard is to be investigated over its handling of an allegation of indecent exposure against the officer suspected of murdering Sarah Everard. According to the BBC
The police watchdog will consider if Metropolitan Police officers “responded appropriately” to the alleged incident.
Ms. Everard, 33, was last seen in Clapham, south London, on 3 March.
The case has prompted an outpouring of shock and anger as women across the country share their own experiences of feeling unsafe.
Organisers of a “Reclaim These Streets” vigil planned for Saturday evening on Clapham Common claim the police say it cannot go ahead because of pandemic lockdown restrictions and are preparing to go to the High Court.
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On Thursday, Ms. Everard’s family paid tribute to her, saying she “brought so much joy to our lives” and was a “shining example to us all”.
Police looking for the missing marketing executive said human remains had been found in woodland in Kent on Wednesday, but detectives have not yet confirmed their identity.
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