STATEMENT FROM DURHAM POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER JOY ALLEN

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May 6, 2022

“Durham Constabulary has confirmed that following new information it is investigating potential breaches of Covid-19 regulations at a gathering in Durham City on April 30, 2021.

 

“I was not at this event, and it would therefore be inappropriate to comment about it.  This is entirely an operational matter for the force and one in which I have had absolutely no involvement.  I do not, and will not, interfere with the operational independence of the Constabulary.”

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