The Independent Office of Police Complaints has apologised to the son of a woman struck and killed by a police car after a decision letter was sent to the wrong address – resulting in him missing a key deadline.
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A statement from the family said that while the verdict was appropriate, they had “serious concerns about the operation including police conduct and use of inappropriate language, decision-making, and leadership.”
Today (10 Sept 2021) the UK Parliament’s Justice Select Committee has published the government’s response to their inquiry report on the Coroner Service. INQUEST submitted evidence from over 50 bereaved families.
Relatives of a dad shot dead as armed police raided his Birmingham flat broke down in tears as the footage was played to an inquest jury. Trevor Smith, 52, was killed when a shot “ricocheted” off his bed.