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Jamshid Ali Dizaei (Persian: جمشید علی دیزایی, transliteration: Jamshīd ʿAlī Dizaī; Persian pronunciation: [dizɒːjiː]) (born 1962) is a former Commander in London's Metropolitan Police Service, Iranian-born with dual nationality, and formerly one of Britain's more senior Muslim police officers. Dizaei came to prominence as a result of his outspoken views on racial discrimination in the London Metropolitan Police and various allegations of malpractice on his part. He had received advancement after his criticism of the force following his claims of racism. He was a frequent media commentator on a variety of issues, mainly concerned with ethnicity and religion. In April 2008, he was promoted to Commander, responsible for West London.

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  • Jamshid Ali Dizaei (Persian: جمشید علی دیزایی, transliteration: Jamshīd ʿAlī Dizaī; Persian pronunciation: [dizɒːjiː]) (born 1962) is a former Commander in London's Metropolitan Police Service, Iranian-born with dual nationality, and formerly one of Britain's more senior Muslim police officers. Dizaei came to prominence as a result of his outspoken views on racial discrimination in the London Metropolitan Police and various allegations of malpractice on his part. He had received advancement after his criticism of the force following his claims of racism. He was a frequent media commentator on a variety of issues, mainly concerned with ethnicity and religion. In April 2008, he was promoted to Commander, responsible for West London. In August 2008, he was presented with the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal by the Commissioner, Sir Ian Blair. Dizaei became the President of the National Black Police Association in 2008. On 8 February 2010, he was convicted in the Crown Court before Mr Justice Simon on charges of perverting the course of justice and of misconduct in a public office, and was jailed for four years. He had been suspended on full pay since September 2008, and on 31 March 2010 was formally dismissed from the Metropolitan Police. On 16 May 2011, Dizaei's appeal against this conviction was successful and the conviction was quashed, but after a retrial in 2012, he was again found guilty of perverting the course of justice and of misconduct in a public office. He was sentenced to three years' imprisonment. On 15 May 2012, he was dismissed from the Metropolitan Police. Dizaei appealed again, but on 14 February 2013 his appeal was dismissed. The Lord Chief Justice said that 'the guilty verdict was fully justified' and that the conviction 'was and remains safe'. In 2014, Dizaei formed Covert Security Limited which is an international investigations consultancy specialising in the tracing and locating of assets, individuals and carrying out cold-case reviews. (en)
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  • Misconduct in a public office
  • Perverting the course of justice
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  • Jamshid Ali Dizaei (Persian: جمشید علی دیزایی, transliteration: Jamshīd ʿAlī Dizaī; Persian pronunciation: [dizɒːjiː]) (born 1962) is a former Commander in London's Metropolitan Police Service, Iranian-born with dual nationality, and formerly one of Britain's more senior Muslim police officers. Dizaei came to prominence as a result of his outspoken views on racial discrimination in the London Metropolitan Police and various allegations of malpractice on his part. He had received advancement after his criticism of the force following his claims of racism. He was a frequent media commentator on a variety of issues, mainly concerned with ethnicity and religion. In April 2008, he was promoted to Commander, responsible for West London. (en)
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