The Metropolitan Police Department introduced itself to the police guard dog after complaining about the handling of the Christmas party at 10 Downing Street.
Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb sent a letter to the Independent Police Action Authority (IOPC) to express concern about the incident and lack of investigation reported on December 18, 2020.
The Metropolitan Police Department replied to confirm that her complaint was divided into two parts.
Mrs. Jones said that due to the “widespread” police presence in Downing Street, she “did not support and assist criminal offenses or deliberately enforce laws in favor of government politicians and their staff.” He said there was a “case to answer.” ..
Tony O’Sullivan, Deputy Chief of Police of the Bureau of Professional Standards, wrote to his Green Party compatriots:
“IOPC determines if a complaint needs to be investigated and, if so, how.”
An IOPC spokesperson told PA News Agency:
“We evaluate it and determine if we may need further action, if any.
In the second part, Met’s inspectors relate to Mrs. Jones’ complaint that Met Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick “refused to investigate the allegations of the unlawful assembly on December 18, 2020.” Said.
“This is referred to MOPAC because the Metropolitan Police Department is not the proper body to handle complaints about commissioners.”
MOPAC is the Mayor’s Public Security Office, which sets the direction and budget for Met.
It seems that the Prime Minister did not attend, but at the Christmas party on December 18th last year in Downing Street, officials and advisers gave speeches, enjoyed cheeseboards, drank together, and gave a secret Santa gift. It is said to have been replaced.
Johnson’s spokeswoman Allegra Stratton resigned after being filmed jokingly with a fellow aide at a mock press conference.
The event is at the heart of an investigation led by senior civil servant Sue Gray, who is investigating political parties breaking the blockade of the entire Whitehall.
I’m asking IOPC for comment.
A spokesperson for the Mayor’s Public Security Office said, “We have received complaints and are considering them.”