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A no-deal Brexit could put the public’s safety at risk, Britain’s top police officer warned on Thursday.

Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, warned the loss of access to European intelligence agencies’ databases and agreements on arrest and extradition threatened the police’s crime-fighting capability.

In the event of a no deal which would be “very hard in the short term”, she said: “We will have to replace some of the things we currently use in terms of access to databases, the way in which we can quickly extradite and arrest people.

“We will have to replace [them] as effectively as we can. That will be more costly undoubtedly, slower undoubtedly and potentially put the public...

A no-deal Brexit could put the public’s safety at risk, Britain’s top police officer warned on Thursday.

Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, warned the loss of access to European intelligence agencies’ databases and agreements on arrest and extradition threatened the police’s crime-fighting capability.

In the event of a no deal which would be “very hard in the short term”, she said: “We will have to replace some of the things we currently use in terms of access to databases, the way in which we can quickly extradite and arrest people.

“We will have to replace [them] as effectively as we can. That will be more costly undoubtedly, slower undoubtedly and potentially put the public...

A no-deal Brexit could put the public’s safety at risk, Britain’s top police officer warned on Thursday.

Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, warned the loss of access to European intelligence agencies’ databases and agreements on arrest and extradition threatened the police’s crime-fighting capability.

In the event of a no deal which would be “very hard in the short term”, she said: “We will have to replace some of the things we currently use in terms of access to databases, the way in which we can quickly extradite and arrest people.

“We will have to replace [them] as effectively as we can. That will be more costly undoubtedly, slower undoubtedly and potentially put the public...

A no-deal Brexit could put the public’s safety at risk, Britain’s top police officer warned on Thursday.

Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, warned the loss of access to European intelligence agencies’ databases and agreements on arrest and extradition threatened the police’s crime-fighting capability.

In the event of a no deal which would be “very hard in the short term”, she said: “We will have to replace some of the things we currently use in terms of access to databases, the way in which we can quickly extradite and arrest people.

“We will have to replace [them] as effectively as we can. That will be more costly undoubtedly, slower undoubtedly and potentially put the public...