Met Officers Cycle to Monaco to tackle trafficking

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Met Officers Cycle to Monaco to tackle trafficking

A week today, a group of officers from the Met Police will set off from Scotland Yard, with the aim of cycling to Monaco.

The charity ride is in aid of two organisations - Stop The Traffik and Care of Police Survivors.

Thomas Dean is one of the riders, Phil Brewer is from the Met's human trafficking unit, and Neil Giles is from one of the charities set to benefit.

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