South Wales Police say that they have already conducted a review of its management of police pursuits following the death of Kyle Griffiths.
Responding to a report by the Independent Police Complaints Commission they said that they will now "ensure that staff undergo regular refresher training in this area."
Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of Kyle Griffith who died in such tragic circumstances in January 2012.
The IPCC acknowledges that responsibility for Kyle’s death lies firmly with Steven Freye who was convicted of murder and sentenced to a minimum of 13 years in prison following a thorough investigation by South Wales Police.
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