G4S grilling for top police

Senior police officers will today be questioned about the shortfall in Olympics security staff provided by the private firm G4S.

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Senior police figures to answer G4S questions

Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary Dennis O'Connor. Credit: PA

Sir Denis O'Connor, outgoing HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary, will give evidence on Olympics security.

Stephen Greenhalgh, left, pictured with London mayor Boris Johnson. Credit: PA

Stephen Greenhalgh, Deputy Mayor of London for Policing and Crime, will give evidence on policing in London.

Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe has been asked to give oral evidence. Credit: PA

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe has also been asked to give oral evidence.

Met's Akers to be questioned over G4S staffing shortfall

Sue Akers pictured at a Home Affairs committee session in July 2011. Credit: PA

Senior police officers will today be questioned about the shortfall in Olympics security staff provided by the private firm G4S.

The Met's Deputy Assistant Commissioner Sue Akers is due to give evidence to the Home Affairs select committee on the hacking of mobile communications, but she will also be asked about the staffing failures.

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