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IOPC to challenge Met over refusal to hold hearing for officer W80

The IOPC is attempting to overturn a High Court judgement in favour of an officer involved in a fatal shooting. The court had ruled Officer W80 should not face disciplinary charges relating to the case of Jermaine Baker who was shot dead during an attempted prison escape.

On trial? The IOPC wants to overturn a ruling in favour of officer W80

On trial? The IOPC wants to overturn a ruling in favour of officer W80

Date - 6th July 2020
By - Chris Smith
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The Independent Office for Police Conduct will be going to the Court of Appeal tomorrow to challenge the ruling that officer W80 should not face a disciplinary hearing over a lethal use of force. It says the appeal will be "a landmark case...
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