Former Ch Supt David Duckenfield faces being charged with the manslaughter of 95 people at the Hillsborough disaster.
Mr Duckenfield was the South Yorkshire Police (SYP) match commander at the FA Cup semi-final when 96 Liverpool fans were fatally injured in a crush.
He faces the charge of manslaughter by gross negligence of 95 fans. Former SYP Ch Insp Norman Bettison is charged over alleged lies in the aftermath.
Four others will also be prosecuted. Victims' relatives have been informed.
Perhaps that former commander was negligent, but is that a criminal matter?
Should he and his colleagues get charged, as may now be the case, for the Hillsborough disaster?