Caroline GoodeDetective Chief Inspector Caroline Goode was given the Queen's Police Medal in the New Years Honours 2012 for leading the investigation into the murder of Banaz Mahmod. She wrote a bookabout the case which also featured as a TV drama 'Honour' starring Keeley Hawes. Her work on the case involved convictions of the first ever men extradited from Iraq to the UK. They were jailed for more than 20 years each.
Goode served for 33 years in the Metropolitan Police in London and in Counter Terrorism Command. She continued to work to train other police officers nationally and internationally to understand Honour Based Violence. Provided by Wikipedia
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