Hogan-Howe vows to restore trust after Lawrence row
The head of the Metropolitan Police has vowed to win back the public's trust after a damning report found officers spied on the family of murdered black teenager Stephen Lawrence.
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said the report, which has prompted an inquiry into undercover policing, was "devastating".
He said a new independent probe into police records would be commissioned.
Met Commander Richard Walton, who was criticised in the report, has meanwhile been temporarily moved from his post.
June Kelly reports.
08 Mar 2014
- From the section UK