Thank you for your answer to my questions 2015/2693 and 2015/2692 regarding Undercover Special Operation Squad where you respond to my question about whether any officers would be placed in significant danger as a result of their identities being revealed? You state "concerning the danger faced by officers, this would require individual risk assessment to be carried out in each case and the assessment would be likely to vary dependent on when such a request was made."
Was a risk assessment carried out on any of the officers identified by the women who claimed to have had been misled into having relationships with Met Police undercover officers?
Was this risk assessment done prior to the Met Police defending their 'neither confirm, nor deny' policy in court?
Has the Met ever carried out such a risk assessment on any undercover officer who faced being exposed in Parliament, or the media?