On 3rd March whilst walking home from a friend’s house in South London, Sarah Everard aged 33, went missing. Just over a week later, it was confirmed that a serving member of our Metropolitan police force, Wayne Couzens, was accused with her kidnapping and murder.
A member of the very people who are meant to be keeping us safe has not only put a woman in danger, but taken her life and taken her away from friends and family. The question asked, is what more could have Sarah done? She was on the phone to her partner when she made her journey home, wore brightly coloured clothing and walked along a main road yet her life was still put in jeopardy. As woman in the UK, what more can we do than that?