A Victims’ Right to Review has determined that there should be no further action following allegations about the Javelin Park Energy from Waste project in Gloucester.
Earlier this year Gloucestershire Constabulary received a complaint from a member of the public in relation to the Javelin Park incinerator project.
The complaint alleged that there had been misconduct in public office and also that there may have been influencing of a local authority vote in 2015.
Police determined that no criminal offences had taken place and that Wiltshire Police’s initial conclusion was correct.
A spokesperson for Gloucestershire police, said: “The review involved a senior Gloucestershire Constabulary detective assessing all available material related to alleged misconduct in public office and alleged influencing of a local authority vote.
“The outcome was that the original investigation, carried out by Wiltshire Police earlier this year, reached the correct conclusion and that no criminal offences had taken place.
“The review was carried out after an application for a Victims’ Right to Review was received by Gloucestershire Constabulary.
“The Constabulary, in common with other police forces in the country, has a Victims’ Right to Review scheme which allows for a review of any decision made by the police not to seek a prosecution in a case.”