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A ‘crisis of confidence’ in policing among women, admits senior MAT officer.

Deputy Assistant Commissioner Metropolitan Police Has acknowledged that there is a “crisis” of confidence-building after the assassination. Sarah Award. By a serving police officer

In an interview with BBC Radio 4 Today The program’s boss, Javed, acknowledged that “much work remains to be done to rebuild that trust and give people the confidence to move forward.”

The awardee was abducted, raped and murdered in March by service officer Van Cousins. Cousins ​​has since been sentenced to life in prison.

In addition to an independent review of the force’s standards and culture last week, Mr Javed said Scotland Yard was taking other “proactive” steps to help women and Girls “feel safe in communities”.

These measures include investigating all allegations of sexual and domestic abuse against officers and staff and significantly increasing the number of police officers, he said.

Asked what? Recent advice from Matt It was suggested that if women felt unsafe, they should wave down a bus when approached by an officer who was deaf. The deputy assistant commissioner said: “I think it’s a lot. That’s one of the steps you can take. ”

Mr Javed’s comments came as the former Supreme Court president said police violence against women was “not a new phenomenon and has been going on for years”.

Speaking at the Cheltenham Literature Festival, Lady Hale, the court’s first female president, said: “Women were abused for their position.”

“What’s new in recent weeks is that it emphasizes a really, really scary story and perhaps adds to the fact that she was a young, beautiful, middle-class white woman, while all the women who are equal There have been horrific experiences. It was important. “

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