First interview with new Scotland Yard chief Cressida Dick: Met Commissioner pledges surge in ‘digital policing’ Evening Standard 17 hrs ago Sarah Sands, Justin davenport New Scotland Yard chief Cressida Dick today pledged to modernise the Met with a surge in digital policing to put people more in touch with local officers. She promised a more open police force with plans to increase the number of ways members of the public can report crime and communicate with police while giving officers more technology to investigate offences. Declaring a five year war on violent crime, she said the force had to win the trust of the hardest to reach communities. In her first interview in her new role Ms Dick told the Standard: I want to see traditional placing with a modern flavour. I am completely committed to local, visible policing, but we have to modernise. There are such opportunities for people to interact with police through the digital sphere that we have not achieved yet. Provided by Independent Print Limited cress2.jpg The Commissioner has explained her reasons for taking a 40,000 pay cut (Jeremy Selwyn) She added: We are having more online reporting and we have people filling forms remotely. I think it opens up a whole new way of interacting with us. The Commissioner also pledged to bear down on violent crime and tackle knife and gun violence among young people which she described as the scourge of London. In a frank interview: She revealed why she took a 40,000 pay cut when she took the job of Met Commissioner Said she was turned down when she first applied to join the police Told how she rejected the use of her predecessors 65,000 company Range Rover Ms Dick, 56, spoke last week three days after attending the funeral on Monday of murdered police constable Keith Palmer, 48, who was stabbed to death defending Parliament in the Westminster terror attack. Sitting in the open plan canteen of New Scotland Yard she paid tribute to the officer saying: Monday was a very, very sad day but a day also to make me, the Met and policing very proud of what Keith did and what he stood for. He was a fantastic officer, really talented, really nice guy, liked working with the public and liked locking up criminals. Provided by Independent Print Limited mackey.jpg Metropolitan Police commissioner Cressida Dick (right) and Deputy commissioner Craig Mackey at PC Keith Palmer’s funeral (PA) She said she was proud of the Mets response to the attack which also left four members of the public dead after fanatic Khalid Masood drove a car through crowds on Westminster bridge. She described the positive reaction of the public as heart warming and encouraging saying the Met needed to build on the reaction and encourage more people to engage with policing.
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