The Crown Prosecution Service is considering taking action against two more members of Avon and Somerset Police, after the murder of a man in Bristol. Bijan Ebrahimi had begged for help just hours before he was beaten to death in July last year.
It brings the number of police staff or officers that have been referred to the prosecuting authority to six. Today Avon and Somerset's Acting Chief Constable said the force would "continue to improve the way we work to protect the public and keep them safe
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