- Former head of West Yorkshire Police 'would have faced dismissal'
- Sir Norman questioned the 'fairness' of the IPCC's process
- Left police force in October last year so cannot face disciplinary action
- Victim's mother calls for him to be stripped of knighthood
A former chief constable who was criticised for his actions during the Hillsborough disaster will keep his estimated £1m pension.
Sir Norman Bettison also faced calls to be stripped of his knighthood yesterday after he was heavily criticised over his reaction to a watchdog report on the Hillsborough disaster.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission said he would have had a case to answer for gross misconduct had he still been a serving officer.
But, because he resigned from his £225,000 a year job as head of West Yorkshire Police last October, it is powerless to take disciplinary action against him.
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