Three decades working for the Met Police

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Three decades working for the Met Police

One of the lead officers in the murder investigation of Stephen Lawrence has released a book detailing his time with the Met police, and working on the case. 

The teenager was stabbed to death in 1993. 

Former Detective Chief Inspector Clive Driscoll served 34 years as a police officer. 

He's told London Live about the challenges the Met face in London today and where he thinks its heading in the future.

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