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IPCC Misconduct Case for two 'Ian Watkins' officers

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IPCC Misconduct Case for two 'Ian Watkins' officers

Post by Doug D on 26.03.15 20:28

Ian Watkins: Misconduct case for two police officers
 
BBC 7 hours ago
 
Two detectives who worked on the Ian Watkins child abuse investigation have cases to answer for misconduct, a police watchdog has recommended.
 
The Independent Police Complaints Commission found the officers did not progress the investigation into the south Wales singer adequately.
 
They also failed to record decision-making and pursue all lines of inquiry.
Bedfordshire Police has accepted the record keeping recommendations.
 
Det Chf Supt Mark Lay said that the force will put a plan in place to address the issues raised by the IPCC.
 
The watchdog found that Bedfordshire Police did take immediate steps to investigate the Lostprophets singer from Pontypridd, Rhondda Cynon Taff.
 
The unnamed officers, a detective constable and a supervising sergeant, provided written accounts but refused to answer questions when interviewed by IPCC investigators.
 
IPCC commissioner Jan Williams said: "Nothing was found by our investigation to say the force could definitely have prevented any offending, or contributed to bringing Ian Watkins to justice sooner.
"However, there were some more investigative steps detectives could have taken."
 
It was concluded that neither officer has a case to answer in respect of Joanne Mjadzelics' complaint that they failed to protect an 18-month-old child.
 
The watchdog has an ongoing investigation into South Wales Police and South Yorkshire Police.
 
Watkins, 36, was reported to authorities four times in the four years before he was arrested.
 
Despite allegations he raped a child and wanted to father another to abuse, the former rock star was not interviewed.
 
The singer was jailed for 29 years last December after admitting a catalogue of serious sex offences involving children.
 
Two women who are the mothers of the children he abused were also jailed.
 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/32067878

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Re: IPCC Misconduct Case for two 'Ian Watkins' officers

Post by jeanmonroe on 27.03.15 1:53

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-32073483

WTF is 'it' with SYP?

Hillsborough, Rotherham, Watkins, SaVILE?

There's something 'rotten' in the State of SYP!

STAY CALM!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2408753/Hillsborough-South-Yorkshire-police-force-kept-cash-dead-fans.html

Hillsborough disaster police force kept cash found on the pitch among dead fans rather than returning it to families or donating it to charity
Cash that was found at the ground in 1989 was put into police accounts
South Yorkshire Police had falsely accused fans of stealing from corpses
'Sad irony it's come to light that money was misappropriated by police'

It came as it emerged last month that police chiefs wanted to use money donated in memory of the disaster to pay for a holiday flat for officers.

South Yorkshire Police also suggested using Hillsborough Disaster Fund donations to pay for microwaves for police station kitchens and new gym equipment.

WHAT THE FCUKING FCUK.????????????????

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Re: IPCC Misconduct Case for two 'Ian Watkins' officers

Post by jozi on 27.03.15 7:35

@jeanmonroe wrote:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-32073483

WTF is 'it' with SYP?

Hillsborough, Rotherham, Watkins, SaVILE?

There's something 'rotten' in the State of SYP!

STAY CALM!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2408753/Hillsborough-South-Yorkshire-police-force-kept-cash-dead-fans.html

Hillsborough disaster police force kept cash found on the pitch among dead fans rather than returning it to families or donating it to charity
Cash that was found at the ground in 1989 was put into police accounts
South Yorkshire Police had falsely accused fans of stealing from corpses
'Sad irony it's come to light that money was misappropriated by police'

It came as it emerged last month that police chiefs wanted to use money donated in memory of the disaster to pay for a holiday flat for officers.

South Yorkshire Police also suggested using Hillsborough Disaster Fund donations to pay for microwaves for police station kitchens and new gym equipment.

WHAT THE FCUKING FCUK.????????????????
Shocking,absolutely shocking and to think, they think this is normal and that they would get away with it ???

Only criminals think like this....IMO.
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Re: IPCC Misconduct Case for two 'Ian Watkins' officers

Post by BlueBag on 27.03.15 8:34

They also failed to record decision-making and pursue all lines of inquiry.


Hang on.... isn't this just like the IPCC complaint against OG that people were waved away for?
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Re: IPCC Misconduct Case for two 'Ian Watkins' officers

Post by Doug D on 27.03.15 21:32

Cutting to the chase:
 
‘detectives ……………. have cases to answer for misconduct, a police watchdog has recommended.
 
did not progress the investigation adequately.
 
failed to record decision-making and pursue all lines of inquiry.
 
Did (‘not’ presumably) take immediate steps to investigate the singer
 
there were some more investigative steps detectives could have taken
 
was reported to authorities four times in the four years before he was arrested’
 
Which case are we talking about here?

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