police officer could face criminal charges over the dying of a younger man who was hit by a patrol automotive in 2019.
Watchdog the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) mentioned it had referred the case involving the dying of Andrew MacIntyre Brown to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to see if charges ought to be introduced.
IOPC regional director Sal Naseem mentioned that after cautious evaluation of the proof, the IOPCS determined there may be the indication that an officer might have brought on dying and critical damage by harmful driving.
“I’m happy we’ve gathered all of the out there proof and it’s now for the CPS to contemplate whether or not to convey criminal charges,” she added.
Mr Brown, who was 23-years-old on the time died and a 16-year-old boy was injured once they have been hit by a marked Metropolitan Police automotive in Whitton Road, Hounslow west London on November 1, 2019.
The driver of the patrol automotive was interviewed underneath criminal warning for potential driving offences and was additionally served with a discover of investigation for gross misconduct.
Two different officers current within the automotive on the time of the collision have been additionally served with notices of investigation for misconduct and gross misconduct.
The IOPC will now determine whether or not any officers ought to face disciplinary proceedings.