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Commissioner: Public should love the Met Police

26 September 2013 Last updated at 15:03 BST

After two years in the role of Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has been setting out his achievements.

Sir Bernard said he believed the force was on course to cut crime to its lowest rate in 30 years, but admitted there were many challenges ahead, from burglary and theft to the threat of terrorism.

However, he said he wanted the public to have confidence in the force: "I want Londoners to love, respect and be proud of the Met."

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