Mitchell move denied as force ceo quits after just 17 years in top job

Watson denies police used excessive force and says officers didn’t use force

Brig Gen Ravi Dholakia denies his troops were assaulted but has been criticised by rights groups for not doing more to prevent injuries

The National Crime Agency’s first investigation into the use of force by Met officers against a man found his arrest in March 2014 was “deliberately unjustified”.

Assistant Commissioner of Public Order (APPO) Andrew Scipione also dismissed claims by another MP that the force had deliberately mistook “dubious allegations” in a complaint in October 2015.

The investigation, announced on Friday night, has found force, including “custody manipulation”, was used “unwisely and in circumstances that may not be justified” with a “very serious” impact on the life and physical well-being of the victim.

The investigation has been overseen by assistant Commissioner for Operations Chris Fagan who was appointed head of APPO after last week’s death of the police boss Ken Clarke.

However, it is understood that in December and January 2016 APPO and Dholakia were approached by retired officer Ian Leckie to investigate allegations made last November and February last year.

APPO said the inquiry into the alleged use of force by the force could be completed before Christmas.

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The investigation is being overseen by assistant Com카지노 사이트missioner for Operations Chris Fagan who was appointed head of APPO after last week’s death of the police boss Ken Clarke.

But Mr Scipione’s intervention is also understood to have played a part in the delay.

Following a statement by the Met to the Daily Telegraph about the inquiry, Chief Inspector Mark Rowley said: “I am writing to set out some of the background information the Department received in connection with this inquiry, including the findings of the Met investigation that had been carried out by Mr Andrew Scipione last year.

“This investigation is being run and my review of it will consider its conclusion, if any.

“Mr Scipione has previously made clear that if a full investigation was carried out it was not done for an internal political agenda.

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