by: Maidenhead Advertiser
published: 14 March 2014
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has today decided that there is insufficient evidence to charge anyone in relation to the death of Philmore Mills.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of Mr Mills at Wexham Park Hospital, Slough, on December 27 2011 was completed and a file was sent to the CPS in January 2013.
The CPS asked for a further expert report which they were provided with in June 2013. As part of the IPCC investigation, two Thames Valley Police officers and one civilian security guard were interviewed under criminal caution.
The CPS has today decided that there is insufficient evidence to charge any individual in relation to Mr Mills’ death and all concerned parties have been notified.
As a result, the IPCC will now complete its investigation report and provide it and the underlying material to the coroner in advance of an inquest.