The sister of Sean Rigg, who died while he was being held at Brixton police station in 2008, has welcomed a review which said the IPCC should look again at whether police officers should face misconduct proceedings for the way they dealt with Rigg.
She said: "It is the family's strong opinion that possible criminal offences should also be considered afresh."
"My family's pursuit of justice and our dignified determination to arrive at a truly clear picture of what happened," she added, "has hopefully contributed to real and positive change into the way the IPCC and all key agencies should fulfil their obligations, by law, into a death in custody."
More top news
The programme has been credited with contributing to a reduction in the number of young people convicted of handling an offensive weapon in
Police recorded the highest number of domestic abuse incidents to date in 2017/18 – equivalent to one every 17 minutes.
Wavegarden Scotland on the outskirts of Edinburgh is expected to create up to 130 jobs.