Police did not approach boy's death with right mindset, hearing told

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Three officers face misconduct charges in Yorkshire over case that transpired to be a murder Three police officers failed to take “an investigative mindset” when looking into the death of a three-year-old boy that later transpired to have been a murder, a misconduct hearing has heard. DCI Mark Swift, DI George Bardell and PC Oliver Scoones are alleged to have breached professional standards in the way they investigated the death of Riley Siswick. Continue reading... …

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