After a number of high-profile episodes where the conduct of Metropolitan police officers has been called into question, senior officers are set to unveil a plan to tackle the problem head on.
The latest incident comes as black firefighter Edric Kennedy-Macfoy was allegedly dragged from his car and tasered by officers when trying to report and act of vandalism in the area. This is one of twelve racially aggravated incidents under investigation.
Senior officers have resolved to rectify this situation with immediate action. "We are instructing our officers to act more responsibly and sensitively when dealing with issues where race could be an issue", said a short statement. "Therefore, when such incidents as occurred to Mr Kennedy-Macfoy happen, it is incumbent on the officer involved to seek out a white person, drag them out of their car, taser them when they're walking away and concoct evidence of a crine that didn't happen to try and fit them up for something. And if that doesn't show we're fair and even-handed, nothing will".