Wayne Couzens snatched the 33-year-old marketing executive in south London in March, after falsely arresting her on the pretence she had broken coronavirus restrictions.
London police chief Cressida Dick said she was not considering resigning and backed her officers after criticism of how they dispersed mourners at a vigil for a murdered woman.
Police in London draw widespread criticism after handcuffing mourners at a vigil for 33-year-old Sarah Everard who was murdered after setting out to walk home, in a case that has sparked a national debate about violence against women.
Wayne Couzens, a serving officer in the Metropolitan Police's elite diplomatic protection unit, has been charged with killing 33-year-old marketing executive Sarah Everard, who went missing in south London on the night of March 3.
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