Met Police 'Strong' campaign wants more women to join the force

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Met Police 'Strong' campaign wants more women to join the force

Britain's most senior police officer, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick, has joined other female bosses at Scotland Yard to launch a new drive to increase gender diversity within the force.

The campaign, called Strong, marks 100 years of women being allowed to apply to be police officers. 

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