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Officer in IPCC investigation removed from ‘normal duties’

originally by: Slough Observer
published: 28th March 2012

An officer who is being interviewed in relation to the death of a father-of-four now at centre of police investigation. A police officer who is subject to an Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) investigation after the death of a father-of-four has been removed from his ‘normal duties’.

Police confirmed one of the two officers involved in the investigation into the death of Langley man Philmore Mills, who died after being restrained by officers at Wexham Park Hospital, in December, is now subject to an internal police investigation.

The investigation is in relation to an unconnected incident.

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