Police officers who were involved in the 1989 disaster, in which 96 people died, could potentially face criminal charges if the IPCC uncovers evidence of wrongdoing, reports The Independent.
However, Sir Norman Bettison, is unlikely to face any disciplinary action, after he announced he will be stepping down as Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police in March.
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