Head of Met's 'Line of Duty' unit which cleared depraved rapist David Carrick ... trends now
The head of the policing 'Line of Duty' unit which failed to flag allegations about serial rapist officer David Carrick went on to land a top job.
Paul Betts ran the Department of Professional Standards (DPS) at the Met which found that Carrick, arrested on suspicion of rape, had 'no case to answer' for misconduct.
Betts and his colleagues failed to uncover Carrick's track record of domestic violence, assault and burglary.
Met Officer David Carrick was revealed to be one of the UK's worst rapists last week
Paul Betts ran the Department of Professional Standards which cleared Carrick before he was allowed to return to work following a rape claim
The DPS investigated itself after Carrick was arrested for rape by Hertfordshire Police in October 2021.
The group found that none of its own