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Saturday, 8 May 2010


A black Metropolitan Police officer is suing the force alleging his career was held back due to racial discrimination. Supt Paul Wilson, 51, claims he was sidelined after he highlighted bias in the Met in a 2008 race inquiry report for the Metropolitan Police Authority. Mr Wilson, a former chairman of the Met's Black Police Association, will go to an employment tribunal next week. The Met said it "does not recognise the position Mr Wilson describes" and "will robustly defend the claim". Mr Wilson joined the Met in 1979 and is currently responsible for Safer Neighbourhood Teams in Lambeth.

Lawrence inquiry
He claims he faced bias after he wrote the race inquiry report commissioned by the Metropolitan Police Authority following several high profile race claims against the force. The officer, who will appear before the tribunal in West Croydon, gave evidence at Sir William Macpherson's inquiry following Stephen Lawrence's murder. A Met spokesman said: "Supt Paul Wilson is bringing an employment tribunal claim against the Met citing race discrimination over the handling of his professional development review for the reporting period 2008/09. "The Met does not recognise the position Superintendent Wilson describes and will robustly defend the claim." A spokesman for the Employment Tribunal confirmed that Mr Wilson has lodged a claim of racial discrimination.
BBC News