NPCC defends lockdown data delays after row over BAME enforcement

The police chiefs’ leader has defended how police forces have handled COVID-19 enforcement against BAME people and the use of stop-and-search. NPCC Chair Martin Hewitt rejected claims by MPs that forces had made “basic, insensitive errors”.

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