I Thought They Were Supposed To Be Clamping Down On This..?
The Independent Police Complaints Commission launched an investigation into the killing after it emerged that Breck’s mother, Lorin LaFave, told Surrey police in December 2013 – two months before the murder – she feared her son was being groomed online by Daynes, but police failed to take any action.
The police watchdog on Monday released a clip of LaFave’s call, during which she raised concerns five times that her son was being groomed. A log of her call was reviewed by a police supervisor later that day and marked “no further action”, adding: “Nothing to suggest this is grooming” .
In a 27-page report, the IPCC said the Surrey police call handler and her supervisor would have faced misconduct proceedings if they had not already resigned from the force.
Resignation should not
protect you from this.
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