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Police boss blasted for saying ‘women need to be street wise’ after Sarah Everard’s murder resigns after fury


A POLICE boss who sparked outrage after saying women “need to be streetwise” after Sarah Everard’s murder has sensationally resigned.

North Yorkshire Commissioner Philip Allott was slammed for victim blaming over his outlandish remarks.

People are calling for the removal of the North Yorkshire commissioner Philip Allott after he said it's women's responsibility to be more streetwise following the Sarah Everard case
Philip Allott has resigned
She was handcuffed and driven to her death
He said women should be more streetwise after Sarah’s murder

The chief claimed women need to be more “clued up” to avoid being raped and murdered like the 33-year-old.

He has now stepped down after receiving a vote of no confidence today.

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