IPCC criticises three Thames Valley officers for way they dealt with family of Ellis Downes, 16, who died in river Thames

Three police officers will face misconduct proceedings after they were accused of “incivility and lack of professionalism” in the way they dealt with a bereaved family.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) told Thames Valley police to improve the way it approaches grieving families after criticising the force’s handling of the case of Ellis Downes, who drowned in the river Thames in 2016.

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