Sunday, January 09, 2011
Met Chief Attacks Rise of the Black Shirts
Britain's most senior policeman has launched a stinging attack on the ‘paramilitary style’ uniforms being worn by many forces.
Sir Paul Stephenson, Commissioner of the Met, spoke out against the all-black kit favoured by an increasing number of constabularies.
As Scotland Yard prepares to police the Olympics next year, Sir Paul said he wanted his officers to look like ‘traditional British bobbies’ – complete with white shirts.'
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