Scotland Yard to be investigated for handling an indecent exposure allegation against the officer suspected of the murder of Sarah Everard

The case has sparked shock and anger as women across the country share their own experiences of feeling insecure

Organizers of a “Reclaim These Streets” vigil scheduled for Saturday night in Clapham Common claim police are unable to act due to restrictions on pandemic lockdowns and are preparing to go to the High Court

On Thursday, Ms. Everard’s family paid tribute to her, saying she had “brought so much joy into our lives” and was a “shining example to all of us”

Police looking for the missing marketing director said human remains were found in a wooded area in Kent on Wednesday, but detectives have not yet confirmed their identity

The Independent Police Conduct Office (IOPC) said it opened an investigation after the Met Police received five referrals regarding handling the case

The watchdog says it will investigate how officers reacted after receiving a report that a man had broken up on Jan. Suspended in a fast food restaurant in south London in February – three days before Mrs Everard’s disappearance

The other referrals to the IOPC included the arrest of a serving officer on suspicion of kidnapping and murder, the Met’s actions after Ms. Everard was reported missing, and the suspect’s injury while in custody

The arrested man, who is over 40 years old and works with the parliamentary and diplomatic protection command of the Met, was hospitalized on Thursday with head injuries

He has been treated, released and taken back to the police station where he is being held after an application for an extension of his sentence was filed in the Wimbledon Magistrates’ Court

The Met later said he suffered the injury alone in his cell and received immediate first aid. The officer was arrested in Kent on Tuesday

Ms. Everard was last born on 3 Seen on March 25th walking alone down a main street in Clapham at 9:30 p.m. GMT Police said it was unclear whether she had reached her home in Brixton

The former Durham University student, originally from York, wore a green rain jacket, dark blue pants with a white diamond pattern, and turquoise and orange sneakers when she went missing

“Sarah was bright and beautiful – a wonderful daughter and sister. She was kind and thoughtful, caring and reliable. She always put others first and had the most amazing sense of humor,” they said

“She was strong and principled and a shining example to all of us. We are very proud of her and she brought so much joy into our lives”

A woman in her thirties arrested in Kent on suspicion of assisting a perpetrator was released on bail by mid-April

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