Letter: In Brief

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The Independent Culture
Sir: The Police Complaints Authority notes with irony Mr Colin Cridland's letter (4 February) questioning whether public complaints against the police lead to any disciplinary action. Mr Cridland may be reassured by our press announcement the day before that a Metropolitan Police officer will face a charge of racially discriminatory behaviour following an incident in south London. If, following complaint, the investigation produces evidence to support disciplinary charges, then it will be the policy of this Authority to ensure that appropriate charges will be preferred.


Deputy Chairman

Police Complaints Authority

London SW1