R (on the application of Green) v Independent Police Complaints Commission

Police – Complaint against police. The Administrative Court quashed the defendant Independent Police Complaints Commission's (the IPCC) decision, that there was no case for the second interested party to answer in respect of the claimant's complaint that CS gas had been sprayed at close range into his eyes. Insofar as the investigator and the IPCC had concluded that there had been no evidence to support the conclusion that there had been a case to answer applying the proper test, that conclusion was not rationally supportable on the objective evidence.

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