A Met spokesperson told the paper: “We have already received some information via the portal and our usual reporting channels, following Monday’s hearing.
“We will be contacting everyone who has been in touch. Should any further offences come to light they will be investigated accordingly.”
Speaking at Mayor’s Question Time at City Hall this morning (Thursday, January 19), mayor Sadiq Khan said: “I’m absolutely sickened and appalled by the abhorrent offences David Carrick committed.
“Londoners will be rightly shocked that this man was able to work for the Met Police service for so long and serious questions must be answered about how he was able to abuse his position for so long.”
He continued: “I’m in close contact with the Met Police commissioner about this case.
“Sir Mark agrees that Carrick should never have been a police officer and has assured me that an individual like him would not pass the reformed vetting processes to become a police officer now.
“Work to reform the culture and standards of the Met has already started with Baroness Louise Casey’s interim review now complete and a new anonymous police complaints hotline recently established by Sir Mark.
“But more can and must be done. The Met Police service Operation Onyx is now reviewing officers and staff who have reports against them concerning domestic or sexual instances.
“The commissioner and I have again called for the home secretary to urgently reform police regulations governing misconduct to help raise standards in the police.
“This review must conclude urgently and ensure the Met Police and forces across the country have the powers they need to remove officers who commit wrongdoing.”
And he added: “I’d like to pay tribute to the incredibly brave victims who came forward to report David Carrick.
“Anyone who is in need of support can access the London Victims service or police specialist London survivor gateway.”
Carrick, 48, is due to be sentenced early next month and is expected to serve life behind bars. The extent of his string of crimes make him one of Britain’s most prolific sex offenders.