Sheffield police officer under investigation for Rotherham scandal died after being hit by student’s car

An off-duty Sheffield police officer facing an IPCC investigation over the Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal was killed after being hit by a car driven by a university student who knew him.

Hassan Ali was fatally injured as he crossed Staniforth Road in Darnall, Sheffield, on the night of January 28, 2015 – the same day he had been told he was being put on restricted duties in relation to the Rotherham abuse scandal.

Read on… http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/sheffield-police-officer-under-investigation-for-rotherham-scandal-died-after-being-hit-by-student-s-car-1-8395826

Student cleared of causing Rotherham police officer’s death

A NOVICE driver who hit a long-standing Rotherham police officer as he crossed the road to his home has been found not guilty of causing his death by careless driving.

Waqas Khan (23) was acquitted by a majority verdict today (Friday) following a two-day trial at Sheffield Crown Court.

Hassan Ali (42), a neighbourhood police officer who had 18 years’ service, was hit by Mr Khan’s car, on January 28, 2015 – the same day he was placed on restricted duties by South Yorkshire Police due to an Inpendent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) investigation surrounding the Rotherham child abuse scandal.

Read on… http://www.rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk/news/view,breaking-student-cleared-of-causing-rotherham-police-officers-death_21620.htm

Sheffield police officer under investigation for Rotherham scandal died after being hit by student’s car

An off-duty Sheffield police officer facing an IPCC investigation over the Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal was killed after being hit by a car driven by a university student who knew him.

Hassan Ali was fatally injured as he crossed Staniforth Road in Darnall, Sheffield, on the night of January 28, 2015 – the same day he had been told he was being put on restricted duties in relation to the Rotherham abuse scandal.

Read on… http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/sheffield-police-officer-under-investigation-for-rotherham-scandal-died-after-being-hit-by-student-s-car-1-8395826

Man cleared over Rotherham PC’s car crash death

A man has been cleared of killing an off-duty police officer who was hit by a car while crossing a road.

PC Hassan Ali, 44, died in hospital on 6 February 2015, a week after being hit by a car on Staniforth Road, Sheffield.

Waqas Khan, 23, of Balfour Road, Sheffield, was found not guilty of causing death by careless driving after a trial at Sheffield Crown Court.

At the time of his death, Mr Ali was under investigation for his alleged role in the Rotherham abuse scandal.

Read on… http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-39006994

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8 Responses to Sheffield police officer under investigation for Rotherham scandal died after being hit by student’s car

  1. 1st Time User says:

    One in 45 million are the odds of winning the big prize on the lottery …..with this in mind .. a Pakistani Muslim policeman who is under investigation and due to be questioned about CSE involving Pakistani Muslims in Rotherham is knocked down in a Sheffield road and dies of a consequence of those injuries.. by a friend of his nephews… who also called him uncle and is also a Pakistani Muslim….. What would the odds have been of that ever happening …..Smell Grimsby docks anyone ?

    • reg reader says:

      “Smell Grimsby docks anyone ?”
      Have you tried showering?
      As the tizer says “The IPCC said it was still investigating PC Ali, along with 53 other named police officers over their handling of CSE in Rotherham. “.
      Let’s wait and see what they come up with.
      _________________
      For your information, at the time of the event (January 28, 2015), the odds of winning the lottery were approximately 14 million to 1.

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