High Court rules Jermaine Baker police officer can retire

High Court rules Jermaine Baker police officer can retire
 

A senior officer involved in a Met operation in which a man was shot dead by police is being allowed to retire, despite being under investigation.
Jermaine Baker, 28, from Tottenham, was killed in north London last December.
A legal bid by his family in the name of his four-year-old daughter to stop the officer - known as "officer FE16" - retiring failed and a High Court judge ruled he was free to resign.
Mr Baker's "outraged" mother vowed to continue her "fight for justice".
The 52-year-old officer is under investigation by the Independent Police Complaints... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 40
Source: BBC
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