IPCC probe into bugged detective savaged by Nottingham police union chairman

THE chairman of Notts Police Federation has slammed the Independent Police Complaints Commission for taking “too long” to investigate a Notts officer.

Mick Taylor has criticised the IPCC after it took more than four years to deal with a detective who made racist, sexist and homophobic remarks to colleagues The officer, whose identity has never been revealed, was fined a maximum of 13 days’ pay for his remarks about other police staff and members of the public between November 2004 and June 2005. He was caught by bugs planted at Radford Road police station during an investigation into corrupt officer Charles Fletch

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