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Police considering course of action after death of Nottinghamshire soldier

Surrey Police says it is considering what action to take

A report has found there is a case to answer for misconduct after a soldier from Nottinghamshire was knocked down and killed by a police car in Surrey.

Surrey Police have received their own copy of the IPCC report into Joshua Brown's death and are considering what action to take.

A force spokesman said: "Surrey Police has recently received the IPCC report into the circumstances surrounding a fatal collision on the A31 Hog's Back on 1 December 2012.

"The force still awaits a copy of the IPCC investigation file upon which the report is based. Once this is received it will be reviewed by officers from the Professional Standards Department to determine the most appropriate course of action."