Cumbria police demote senior officer in wake of bungled baby inquiry

Cumbria police demote senior officer in wake of bungled baby inquiry
 

A senior police officer involved in a botched investigation into the tragic death of a baby girl is to keep her job.
Cumbria Constabulary today revealed the serving officer involved in the flawed case of Poppi Worthington will be demoted to sergeant after admitting gross incompetence during a formal performance review.
The officer involved is understood to be Amanda Sadler who had held the rank of detective inspector.
High Court judge Mr Justice Jackson ruled in January that 13-month-old Poppi, from Barrow, had suffered a serious sexual assault at the hands of her father, 48-year-old Paul... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 35
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