Independent Police Complaints Commission
Operation Elveden is the MPS inquiry into allegations of inappropriate payments to police and public officials. It is being supervised by the Independent Police Complaints Commission and is running in conjunction with Operation Weeting, the MPS phone-hacking inquiry.
Due to previous contact between police and the person in custody, West Midlands Police has informed the Independent Police Complaints Commission who will look into any police involvement in due course.
The point that the two suspects in this horrific attack were known to the security services has been widely reported ... You would not expect me to comment on this when a criminal investigation is ongoing but what I can say is this – as is the normal practice in these sorts of cases the Independent Police Complaints Commission will be able to review the actions of the police and the Intelligence and Security Committee will be able to do the same for the wider agencies.More quotes »
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