- 6 updates
Greater Manchester chief constable Sir Peter Fahy will be charged over the death of unarmed Salford father Anthony Grainger.
It's 2 years since he was shot in the chest by a Greater Manchester police officer.
Anthony Grainger's partner, Gail, talks exclusively to Matt O'Donoghue:
The partner of Anthony Grainger, an unarmed man shot dead by a Greater Manchester Police marksman, says the police should look after the public.
Gail Hadfield was speaking exclusively to our correspondent Matt O'Donoghue.
Greater Manchester Police has responded to the Crown Prosecution's decisions to charge Chief Constable Peter Fahy in relation the the shooting of unarmed Anthony Grainger.
Chief Constable Fahy will face charges over alleged breaches of the Health and Safety at Work Act.
Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police Sir Peter Fahy will be charged over an alleged health and safety breach linked to the shooting of unarmed Anthony Grainger in March 2012, the Crown Prosecution Service said.
Latest ITV News reports
Greater Manchester Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy will be charged with a health and safety breach over the shooting of an unarmed man.