originally by: Hull Daily Mail
published: 13 March 2014
A total of 14 officers have been interviewed to date as part of an investigation into reports that the sister of Christopher Alder was spied on by Humberside Police.
The force found evidence officers had placed Janet Alder and another person under surveillance and the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has been brought in to examine whether it amounted to improper conduct.
A representative from the IPCC met with Ms Alder this week to discuss the investigation, which is now several months old.
However, Janet was frustrated by the lack of information she received during the two-hour meeting on Tuesday.
She said: “I met with the IPCC commissioner who told me 14 police officers have been interviewed so far and they may be speaking to more.
“But other than that, they haven’t really told me anything else”.