Sarah Everard: Challenge plain-clothes officers, Met Police says
BBC says people stopped by a lone plain-clothes officer should challenge their legitimacy, the Met Police says.
As it seeks to reassure women after the murder of Sarah Everard by a serving police officer, the Met said it was “entirely reasonable” to demand an officer’s identity and intentions.
Wayne Couzens showed a warrant card and used handcuffs as he kidnapped Ms Everard before her rape and murder.
An extra 650 new officers will patrol busy public areas in London.
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