Sir Norman Bettison, now the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police, is facing calls for his resignation.
Trevor Hicks, whose two daughters died at Hillsborough has said; “If he is anything of a man, he will stand down and scurry up a drainpipe somewhere.”
The former superintendent at South Yorkshire Police was involved in the original Hillsborough investigation.
Sir Norman has always insisted he was not personally involved in impropriety.
The families of Hillsborough victims welcomed the retirement Sir Norman Bettison, who criticised Liverpool fans in the wake of the disaster.
Steve Kelly believed his brother Michael died shortly after the crush at Hillsborough began. Now documents suggest that was not the case.
The police chief that the Hillsborough victims' families believe smeared their loved ones has exclusively told ITV News he is 'not ashamed.'