A REVIEW into police conduct after an officer and elderly woman died in a crash in Wargrave has concluded there was no wrongdoing.

Police constable James "Dixie" Dixon was killed on the A4 Bath Road on December 5 2017 when he crashed into a car being driven by Crowthorne registered carer Ms Jasulaitiene, with such force that her Toyota Aygo flipped over three times.

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The passenger in the car, 91-year-old Gladys Goodwin, was also killed in the collision.

The Indepedent Office for Police Conduct opened an investigation after the fatal crash, and said there was no indication of any wrongdoing from any police officer.

It said: "Following these tragic circumstances a review by Thames Valley Police began immediately.

"As is right and proper, evaluation of this incident has been ongoing and any way to improve risk assessments and current policies, despite actions on the day being in line with them, have been established and are welcomed to improve the safety of our officers and staff, our partners and the wider community."

"Further, as has been established by the report from the Independent Office for Police Conduct, there was no indication any police officer behaved in a manner that would justify the bringing of disciplinary proceedings or had committed a criminal offence. It also found the risk assessments on that day were carried out in line with policy.

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Ms Jasulaitiene was found not guilty at Reading Crown Court on January 21 after an hour of jury deliberations.

The police investigation further said: "Any learning and improvements is being communicated nationally."