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Talking crime with Danny Shaw: Shabnam Chaudhri

Talking crime with Danny Shaw

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Danny Shaw has been a journalist for over 30 years, specialising in policing, criminal justice and the law.

In this series he uses his experience and insight to get to the heart of the key issues relating to crime.

Here, Danny talks to former Detective Superintendent Shabnam Chaudhri, who was one of the Metropolitan Police’s most senior female Asian officers.

During her 30 years in the force, Shabnam managed critical incidents, led crime investigations and became a specialist in safeguarding.

She retired in 2019 and is now a director of Tell MAMA, an organisation which monitors and supports victims of anti-Muslim hate.

In a wide-ranging interview, Shabnam spoke about her career in the Met, the resignation of Dame Cressida Dick – and the future of policing:

Highlights available below:

Shabnam says there needs to be a Macpherson-style public inquiry into misogyny and racism in policing

Shabnam discusses who the next Commissioner should be

Shabnam reflects on her career in policing

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