|Link to The Guardian|
"A complaint that Boris Johnson's deputy mayor for policing and crime, Stephen Greenhalgh, may have engaged in criminal conduct, while he was leader of the Conservative flagship council of Hammersmith and Fulham, has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
The Greater London Authority's monitoring officer, who is responsible for ensuring that the GLA, its members and officers comply with the law, informed the complainant on Monday that under regulations applying to elected local policing bodies his complaint:
"falls with the statutory definition of a 'serious complaint': a qualifying complaint made about conduct which constitutes or involves, or appears to constitute or involve, the commission of a criminal offence.
As a consequence...I am obliged, today, to refer your complaint to the Independent Police Complaints Commission."
|Link to 'My Earls Court' Project|