A number of claims that police acted inappropriately in relation to child abuse allegations are being investigated, the Metropolitan Police said today.
Speaking at a press briefing today, Deputy Assistant Commissioner Steve Rodhouse said Professional Standards were looking into the claims, which cover a period from the 1970s up to 2005.
Some cover-up allegations are related to different strands of Operation Fairbank - a wide-ranging probe into alleged abuse - while others are completely unrelated, he said.
"We take any allegations of impropriety by police officers very seriously," Rodhouse said.
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