Olswang on Paris Brown — a case in point for the DPP

The recent experience of Paris Brown, the 17-year-old who resigned before taking up her role as Kent’s youth police and crime commissioner following a furore surrounding comments she made on Twitter, demonstrates exactly the type of police activity that the director of public prosecutions (DPP), Keir Starmer, was seeking to prevent when he issued prosecution guidelines in December last year.

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