On 12 September 2012, the Hillsborough Independent Panel suggested that the Hillsborough disaster was worsened, and justice denied, by incompetence, misconduct and criminality among the police forces involved. Evidence has shown that a number of agencies will have to work together closely and quickly to deliver justice. Much of the investigative burden will fall on the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC). New powers are required for the Commission to examine events that took place before it was created. The Committee supports the Government's intention to grant those powers in the form of the expedited Police (Complaints and Conduct) Bill.Interim Report on the Independent Police Complaints Commission, Tenth Report of Session 2012-13 Great Britain: ... As the Government notes, the subject matter of the Bill is directly germane to our inquiry into the IPCC.1 We have beenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Powers to Investigate the Hillsborough Disaster|
|Author||:||Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Home Affairs Committee|
|Publisher||:||The Stationery Office - 2012-12-10|