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 ====== Sir Paul Condon, Baron Condon ====== ====== Sir Paul Condon, Baron Condon ======
  
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 See vita at ->​[[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Sir_Paul_Condon|wikipedia]],​ Extract: ​ See vita at ->​[[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Sir_Paul_Condon|wikipedia]],​ Extract: ​
  
 Paul Leslie Condon, Baron Condon, Kt, QPM, DL, FRSA (born 10 March 1947) is a retired British police officer. He was the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police** from 1993 to 2000**. Paul Leslie Condon, Baron Condon, Kt, QPM, DL, FRSA (born 10 March 1947) is a retired British police officer. He was the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police** from 1993 to 2000**.
 Condon read Jurisprudence at St Peter'​s College, Oxford and was made an **Honorary Fellow in 1996**. ​ Condon read Jurisprudence at St Peter'​s College, Oxford and was made an **Honorary Fellow in 1996**. ​
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 He became Chief Constable of Kent in **1988** and **Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police in 1993** at the age of 45, the youngest person to do so. His tenure as head of the Metropolitan Police Service was marked by the **Stephen Lawrence case**, which became a major controversy. The subsequent public **Macpherson Report** found the force **to be //"​institutionally racist"//​** and that the failure to arrest and successfully prosecute those believed guilty brought about many changes in the way the Metropolitan Police investigated murder within the capital. ​ He became Chief Constable of Kent in **1988** and **Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police in 1993** at the age of 45, the youngest person to do so. His tenure as head of the Metropolitan Police Service was marked by the **Stephen Lawrence case**, which became a major controversy. The subsequent public **Macpherson Report** found the force **to be //"​institutionally racist"//​** and that the failure to arrest and successfully prosecute those believed guilty brought about many changes in the way the Metropolitan Police investigated murder within the capital. ​