A Race complaint against a member of North Wales Police staff has been upheld by a watchdog.
A civilian member of staff told an Afro-Caribbean holidaymaker after he had been arrested that his name probably came from a slave plantation.
The member of staff has since left the force and North Wales Police have improved procedures.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has also agreed the man’s counter-claims that he was the victim of a racially aggravated assault by security staff at the holiday park, were not properly investigated.
The force said it “regretted” the handling of the incident.
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