Met commissioner defends 'integrity of identity tactic'

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has said he "apologises for the shock and offence" the undercover policing tactics of using dead children's names, and that this had been passed on to one family who discovered that their child's identity had been used.

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Police child identity review

The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police has apologised to one family for using the name of a dead child for an undercover officer.