THREE police officers could be prosecuted for sending “inappropriate messages” during the investigation into the murder of Sarah Everard.
It is thought two serving Met officers and a former Met officer will be asked about messages sent in her case – and other messages exchanged in 2019 before she was murdered. harmful.
The IOPC has asked the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to look into the potential allegations.
A spokesperson said: “Our investigation into the sending and sharing of inappropriate messages by employees on WhatsApp has been completed.
“We provided a record of evidence to CPS in December looking into possible offenses against three individuals… We are awaiting their decision.”
The Government has carried out an assessment of culture and standards in the London police force after Ms Everardthe death of.
Ex Met Sheriff Cressida Dick was fired after the cold-blooded Couzens kidnapped, raped and murdered Sarah shortly afterwards.
And tonight she amazingly resigned after facing a barrage of criticism about her handling of a series of scandals.
Including Sarah’s case, horrible whatsapp messages sent by the officers of her force, and the actions of despicable officers who took pictures of the murdered sisters Biba Henry and Nicole Smallman.
Last week, a report by the Independent Office of Police Conduct (IOPC) revealed Highly offensive language used by officers in a now disbanded team based in Westminster, primarily at Charing Cross police station.
Bombing reports show London police joking about raping women in sick WhatsApp chats.
The messages included an officer dubbed “a lewd” and numerous other references to sexual violence including: “I would be happy to rape you.”
In another disturbing exchange, a sick cop bragging about domestic violence said “knock a bird and she’ll love you” adding that they were “biologically programmed to like the thing”.
This language has been largely dismissed as “jokingly” to mask bullying and harassment, meaning other officers feel unable to raise concerns.
About 14 officers were investigated as a result of vile WhatsApp messages, of which two were found to have a case of serious misconduct.
One was fired and another resigned before he was fired.
Nine are still serving officers, while another is working as a contractor in an officer role.
The Metropolitan Police have been contacted for comment.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17617730/cops-inappropriate-messages-sarah-everard/ THREE policemen are being ‘investigated over inappropriate messages’ sent during the investigation into the murder of Sarah Everard