A former Metropolitan police officer lost an appeal in her case against the department for tracking her location, the Guardian reports. Andrea Brown’s superior officer approached the National Border Targeting Centre to gather information to monitor her as she went to Barbados following her father’s death. Brown successfully sued the Met and Greater Manchester Police for the incident and was offered a 18,000 GBP settlement; however, she turned it down, and the case went to court. Brown was awarded 9,000 GBP in damages. Since the award was lower than the settlement, Brown became liable to pay the police departments’ legal costs, a ruling she attempted to appeal.
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