The Chief Constable of West Mercia Police, David Shaw, has said that a review into his force's investigation into the 'Plebgate' scandal is underway.
“I completely understand why PCC Ron Ball has requested a review into the West Mercia Police-led investigation.
“This work is currently ongoing to clarify the specific issues raised in the IPCC letter. Once this review has been completed a full and comprehensive account will be shared with Mr Ball.”
West Mercia Police are investigating the deaths of three young children in Shropshire, the Press Association is reporting.
Police searching for wanted man William Cummins, in connection with the death of Jacqueline Harrison, have arrested a 51-year-old man in Dorchester in Dorset on suspicion of murder.
Jacqueline, 47, was found dead at her flat in Gresham Rd, Worcester, on Thursday 12th April.
A post mortem examination the following day showed that she had suffered significant assault injuries. Detectives are keen to speak to anyone who saw or spoke to Jacqueline in the last week of March or the first week of April.
West Mercia officers have been working with colleagues in Dorset and Kent as part of the murder investigation. Detective Inspector Gerry Smith at West Mercia Police said: “We...want to speak to Jacqueline’s friends or associates who may know about her last movements.”