Former Met Chief warned about "totally unacceptable" behaviour of some officers

Lord Condon said when he took over as Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police he was warned that the force did have "a small but significant number of officers whose behaviour was totally unacceptable" and this went from "minor disciplinary right the way through to serious disciplinary".

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Former Met Chiefs at Leveson

Former Scotland Yard commissioners Lord Condon and Lord Stevens are to give evidence to the Leveson Inquiry.