Four Met Police officers served with gross misconduct notices as part of investigation into death of Henry Hicks
Four Metropolitan Police (MPS) officers have been served with gross misconduct notices as part of the IPCC’s investigation into police actions leading up to the death of Henry Hicks in Islington in December.
IPCC investigators will be interviewing the officers to help determine if their conduct or actions may have breached their standards of professional behaviour. All four are police constables – two drivers of the police vehicles and two passengers.
IPCC investigators are looking at all actions of the police leading up to the tragic events on Wheelwright Street and have updated Henry’s family on these developments.
Notes to editors
Misconduct notices do not imply guilt but are to inform the officer that their behaviour and conduct are under investigation and the level of severity.