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In this report, the father of murder victim Becky Godden tells ITV West Country reporter Duncan Sleightholme that he is angry Steve Fulcher was allowed to keep his job at Wiltshire Police.
A joint statement from Detective Superintendent Steve Fulcher's lawyers and the Police Superintendents' Association of England and Wales has been released.
A senior Wiltshire detective will keep his job despite being found guilty of gross misconduct.
Detective Superintendent Steve Fulcher was hauled before a disciplinary hearing after he admitted breaking so-called PACE rules in the hunt for missing nightclubber Sian O'Callaghan.
A senior police detective in Wiltshire who led the investigation into the murder of Sian O Callahan in 2011 has been found guilty of gross misconduct.
Detective Superintendent Steve Fulcher's failure to follow guidelines during the investigation led to charges being dropped in relation to a second murder, that of Becky Godden. But tonight her mother defended his actions. Our correspondent Duncan Sleightholme has more.
The Independent Police Panel which heard Det. Supt. Fulcher's misconduct hearing says that although he has been found guilty of gross misconduct, they do not doubt his integrity or honesty.
It is possible that Steve Fulcher may keep his job at Wiltshire Police.
Wiltshire Police Detective Steve Fulcher has just been found guilty of two counts of gross misconduct, over his handling of the murder of Sian O'Callaghan.
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As Wiltshire Detective Steve Fulcher is found guilty of gross misconduct, here are the key facts of the case.