Paul Robinson: No fine or points for using mobile phone while driving at Humber Bridge
Deputy police and crime commissioner Paul Robinson did not receive a fine or points on his licence for using his mobile phone while driving, it has emerged.
Mr Robinson has apologised and said he "bitterly" regrets his actions after he was spotted on the phone as he approached the Humber Bridge at the end of November.
But yesterday former chief superintendent Keith Hunter called for the full facts of the case to be revealed.
Humberside Police have now released a statement providing more information.
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It says: "Humberside Police investigated concerns brought to our attention by a member of public relating to an alleged motoring offence which happened on November 29, last year. A formal complaint was not made, however.
"The circumstances were investigated by a senior traffic officer and the recommended action was independently reviewed, as is our policy.
"The driver was given suitable words of advice as a result.
"For offences of this nature, where there is no formal complaint, this is the normal outcome."