UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, says people should trust the police force.
A former UK police chief superintendent thinks every officer in the UK should be re-vetted following the sentencing of Wayne Couzens.
He got a whole life term after he used his position in the Metropolitan force to falsely arrest Sarah Everard before murdering her.
Now Parm Sandhu, who used to work at Scotland Yard, thinks others need to be looked at
Burnham: Women and girls' safety in Greater Manchester is "nowhere near good enough"— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) October 3, 2021
Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham said he will be held personally accountable for improvements in policing in the wake of Sarah Everard's murder#Marr https://t.co/YKSWqbDOde pic.twitter.com/iAe01dEFGj
The Mayor of Greater Manchester says men who behave in ways that make women uncomfortable should be 'embarassed.'
Andy Burnham has called on men and boys to re-evaluate how they act around women following the sentencing of Wayne Couzens this week.
Mayor Burnham says his young daughters have told him about inappropriate behaviour from men:
While, the UK Prime Minister says people there should trust its police forces following the jailing of Wayne Couzens
This week, women in the UK were encouraged to wave down a bus or call 999 if they don't trust a police officer.
Speaking to the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says trust the police:
BREAKING: Boris Johnson has said the government will "stop at nothing to make sure that we get more rapists behind bars" in the wake of the murder of Sarah Everard https://t.co/as5Yh6aYoK— Sky News (@SkyNews) October 3, 2021