Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, QPM

Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police

The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe was brought up singlehandedly by his mother in Sheffield. Hogan-Howe spent four years working for the NHS after leaving school before joining the police in 1979. Whilst with the South Yorkshire Police, Hogan-Howe was selected to study for an MA at Oxford having been identified as a high-flier. Hogan-Howe has demanded a total war on crime, and in the Queen’s 2013 New Year’s Honours list he was knighted for his services to policing. 

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