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Cambridgeshire officer cleared by IOPC in missing persons case

An officer has been cleared of handling a missing person case by the IOPC which became a murder inquiry. But Cambridgeshire has been criticised over its handling of the Bernadette Walker investigation.

Cambridgeshire officer cleared by IOPC in missing persons case

Date - 10th September 2021
By - Chris Smith
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Cambridgeshire has been ordered to overhaul its guidance and procedures on missing persons after a man was convicted of murdering a teenager. The Independent Office for Police Conduct found the force had lost valuable time by not following...
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