source: BBC News
published: 8 August 2014
The family of a man killed in a police search have reacted with anger to the news no charges will be brought against officers over his death.
Habib Ullah, 39, collapsed during a routine stop-and-search in a High Wycombe car park in July 2008.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) decided there was not enough evidence to charge the officers involved. But the police watchdog has found a case to answer for gross misconduct against five Thames Valley officers.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said they would face hearings as part of an internal disciplinary process. It reopened its investigation into Mr Ullah’s death after an inquest was abandoned in 2010.
The IPCC referred the case to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) earlier this year.