Called for a limit on the number of armed police on London’s streets, the day before an independent review into the capital’s preparedness in the event of a terror attack.
Urged politicians not to be afraid to “call it like it is” on radicalisation by urging Muslim communities to do more to tackle the scourge.
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“Do I think all officers in London should be armed? I think it’s one of the great strengths of British policing that the norm is that our officers aren’t armed.” However, she said Londoners should have “realistic expectations” of the level of police response to any major terrorist incident.
Demanded more Manchester-style powers over criminal justice, possibly including youth offending, supporting victims and probation.
In March, then chancellor George Osborne gave Manchester the right to make its own decisions over the management of offenders, education in prisons and how to deal with youth offenders.
Mayor Sadiq Khan has vowed to put victims at the heart of his policing plans and his number two said the “live chat” facility, which starts today, would play a key role in tackling the “devastating” impacts of crime.
In her first interview since taking on the top policing job, Ms Linden also: Warned Londoners not to expect the Met to “enforce our way out of” the rise in hate crime since the Brexit vote and criticised the Government for putting communities under pressure.