The head of the Independent Police Complaints Commission, Jane Furniss
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IPCC chief tells Leveson: 'No press and police corruption'

A report by the Independent Police Complaints Commission into corruption between police officers and journalists does not reveal endemic corruption, the watchdog's chief executive has told the Leveson Inquiry.

Head of the IPCC, Jane Furniss, said that the report, ordered by the Home Secretary last year, will be available "imminently" and will be published on the same day as it is placed before Parliament.

  • 28 Mar 2012
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