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Met apologises to family after IOPC finds fault in MISPER inquiry

Report recommends reflective practice for six police and staff but concludes race did not play a part.

Met apologises to family after IOPC finds fault in MISPER inquiry

Date - 7th July 2022
By - Gary Mason
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The Met has apologised to the family of Richard Okorogheye for a ‘substandard level of service’ after he was reported missing. The apology, which has been rejected by the family through their lawyers, followed an IOPC investigation...
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