Sadiq Khan attempts to BLOCK pension of rapist Met Police officer


London Mayor Sadiq Khan is attempting to block the pension of a rapist former Metropolitan Police officer, said to be £10,000 per year, his office said.

Series of rape for 16 years

Former police officer Adam Provan was jailed last week for 16 years for a series of rapes spanning eight years, including an attack on a female police officer and a 16-year-old girl.

Former officers’ pensions can only normally be blocked if the offending has been carried out in connection to their police service.

Ex-Pc Adam Provan was last week jailed for 16 years for a series of rapes spanning eight years, including an attack on a female police officer and a 16-year-old girl

Following a trial at Wood Green Crown Court, Provan, 44, from Newmarket in Suffolk, was found guilty of a total of eight rapes against the two women and jailed for 16 years with a further eight years on extended licence.

Since 1990s

His predatory behaviour dated back to the 1990s and went unchecked until Lauren Taylor came forward in 2016 to report she had been twice raped by him.

A spokesman for Mr Khan’s office said: ‘Following the conviction of Adam Provan for these truly horrendous crimes, the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (Mopac) are pursuing forfeiture of this former officer’s pension.’

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Mopac started the pension forfeiture process following the ex-officer’s first conviction, but this had to be paused due to the appeal and retrial.

Ms Taylor (pictured now) has bravely waived her right to anonymity in the hope of helping others

It will now seek permission from the Home Secretary to forfeit Provan’s pension, and if successful, will decide how much of the pension should be removed.

But Mr Khan does not have the powers to strip him of the entirety of his pension, and the former officer will keep at least 35% which he contributed himself.

Mr Khan made a similar bid to block the £22,000 a year pension of serial rapist David Carrick who admitted 49 offences against a dozen women.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan

Home Office guidance states pension forfeiture can only be applied for when an officer has a conviction ‘committed in connection with their service as a member of a police force’ and the offence has been certified by the Home Secretary as ‘liable to lead to a serious loss of confidence in the public service’ or ‘gravely injurious to the interests of the state’.

Such applications are usually made after a police officer has committed a crime while on duty.

Raped her on a blind date

In 2016, Ms Taylor came forward to say Provan raped her on a blind date when she was 16 in 2010.

Between 2003 and 2005, he also repeatedly raped a female police officer and terrorised her so she feared for her life.

Prosecutors at his trial said Provan was obsessed with young women, had viewed teenage pornography and collected more than 700 female contacts on his mobile phone.

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