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The body of a baby girl who went missing with her mother has been formally identified as missing Zaani Tiana Bevan Malbrouck, police said.
Her body was discovered in the same area of the Avon Gorge in Bristol as her mother Charlotte Bevan, who suffered from mental health issues.
Ms Bevan, 30, and her four-day-old daughter vanished from St Michael's Hospital on Tuesday.
CCTV images showed Bevan walking in hospital slippers with her daughter Zaani wrapped in a blanket out of the hospital.
Twelve police staff face misconduct proceedings following a report by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) into the treatment of Bijan Ebrahimi.
Avon and Somerset Constabulary will issue disciplinary proceedings against a police sergeant and four members of police control room staff over claims of gross misconduct.
Five other officers and two members of police control room staff will also face action over alleged misconduct.
One more member of police control room would have faced gross misconduct but has resigned from the force.
One other police constable who had been subject to investigation was found to have no case to answer.
The IPCC said it is looking at six years of police contact with Ebrahimi prior to his death.
The family of a disabled man who was brutally murdered because some neighbours wrongly believed he was a paedophile have said they are "relieved" after charges were announced against police officers over his treatment.
Bijan Ebrahimi, 44, was beaten to death and his body set on fire by neighbour Lee James in Bristol on 14 July last year after his neighbours wrongly believed the claims.
James, of Capgrave Crescent, Brislington, was given a life sentence for murder, while Stephen Norley, who lived next door, received four years in prison for assisting an offender.
Three police constables and a police community support officer have today been charged with misconduct in a public office following the death.
In a statement, Ebrahimi's family: "We are relieved by this decision and trust the officers will now face the full rigour of the law."
Three police constables and a police community support officer are to be charged with misconduct in a public office following the death of a man in Bristol in 2013.
Bijan Ebrahimi was murdered in July last year because his neighbours wrongly believed him to be a paedophile. Two men have since been jailed in connection with the crime.
Three Avon and Somerset Constabulary PCs - Kevin Duffy, Helen Harris and Leanne Winter - are now to face criminal proceedings for allegedly failing to respond to his calls for help, the Crown Prosecution said.
PCSO Andrew Passmore will be charged over allegations he gave false information to the 999 operator that he was outside Ebrahimi's home at an important time.
He will also be charged with perverting the course of justice.
All four will appear at Bristol Magistrates' Court for a preliminary hearing on 14 January 2015.
A mother who walked out of a Bristol maternity hospital with her newborn baby have both been found dead.
The bodies of Charlotte Bevan and her daughter Zaani were discovered in the Avon Gorge, near the city's Clifton Suspension bridge.
Bristol hospital trust has launched a review to find out if their deaths could have been prevented.
ITV News Correspondent Ben Chapman reports:
Hospital officials where Charlotte Bevan and baby Zaani Tiana went missing from have said they could not have stopped them from leaving.
A spokeswoman said access to maternity wards at St Michael's Hospital is restricted but patients are able to release the doors from the inside to let themselves out.
Women who are identified through screening as potentially being at risk have consultant-led care, involvement of appropriate mental health teams as necessary and involvement of their GP.
Women who are so severely mentally ill that it is thought that they are a danger to themselves or others would be cared for in a mental health facility until they need midwifery or obstetric care, when they would come to the obstetric unit for as long as they need obstetric input.
Patients are free to come and go from the hospital as long as there are no legal restrictions on their movements.
Family members have issued a tribute for Charlotte Bevan and her baby after they were found dead in Bristol.
My beautiful daughter and granddaughter are now at peace. The family would like to thank all the friends of Pascal, Charlotte and Zaani, some of whom we have only met today.
We would also like to say thank you for all the messages from everyone.
We wish to thank all the hospital staff at St Michael’s and the mental healthcare team, past and present.
The response and support from the public has been overwhelming and we would like to thank you all.
We would also like to give our thanks to Avon and Somerset police and the volunteers from Avon Search and Rescue.
We thank the press for their help and ask that we now be left in peace to grieve.
Detective Chief Inspector Simon Crisp described the case as "dreadful, awful, frustrating" during a press conference overlooking the Avon Gorge where the bodies were found.
I regret to inform you that a short time ago on the cliff face close to Charlotte, the body of a small baby girl has been found.
No formal identification has so far taken place but we anticipate that it is going to be Charlotte's daughter.
This is a dreadful, awful, frustrating business and our thoughts are with the family at this time.
We will be conducting an investigation on behalf of the coroner. At the moment we are not treating either death as suspicious.
Avon and Somerset Police have confirmed that the body of a baby girl has been found at the search site at the Avon Gorge.
Officers said that although formal identification has not yet taken place, they are confident the body found is that of five-day-old Zaani Tiana Bevan Malbrouck.
Earlier police confirmed that the body of a woman found in Avon Gorge in Bristol was that of missing mother Charlotte Bevan.