The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Cressida Dick, has announced her resignation.
Ricky Waumsley called for Cressida Dick to resign after an inquest jury concluded that Metropolitan Police mistakes probably contributed to the deaths of victims of a serial killer including Ricky’s partner, Daniel Whitworth. Officers missed repeated opportunities to catch the killer, who is serving a whole-life sentence for the murders of four young men in Barking, East London. Daniel’s partner, Ricky Waumsley, called for Met Police Commissioner, Cressida Dick, to resign following the jury’s findings. Ricky was represented by Dr Anton van Dellen.
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