Tanya Day fell and hit her head in a cell in 2017 after being arrested
for drunkenness. She was left fatally injured on a floor for three
Police said they had decided not to pursue charges against officers
over the high-profile case in Victoria.
Aboriginal deaths in custody have sparked large protests nationally.
In April, a coroner found that Ms Day's death in the town of
Castlemaine had been "clearly preventable" and that "an indictable
offence may have been committed".
But Victoria Police said prosecutors had advised against laying
charges. No further explanation was given.
Ms Day's family criticised that decision as unjust, arguing the
investigation had been "flawed and lacked independence".
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