A SENIOR Met officer could be sacked for alleged racism after saying “whiter than white” in a work briefing.
The detective superintendent used the phrase while reminding colleagues of the need to be above reproach.
A senior Met Police officer could be sacked for alleged racism after saying ‘whiter than white’ in a work briefing[/caption]
But the Met received a complaint and passed it on to the Independent Office for Police Conduct.
The officer — who is in a Line Of Duty-style anti-corruption unit — has been put on restricted duties until the investigation is over. It could take up to a year.
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Last night the Plain English Campaign blasted the probe as “ludicrous”.
The Police Superintendents’ Association said the officer “strenuously denies any wrongdoing”.
A Met spokesman refused to comment.
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