THE mum of Jordan Taylor, who was stabbed to death in Trowbridge in 2017, has filed a complaint against Wiltshire Police as she still believes crucial evidence was missed in the investigation.

Emma Caley-Taylor, who has been campaigning against knife crime since her son’s death, says she wants the case revisited.

It follows a recent 999 What’s Your Emergency episode that followed the aftermath of the tragedy. She claims the episode showed evidence which was not presented in court.

Hayden Maslen, then 18, of Park Street, Trowbridge, pleaded not guilty to the murder, manslaughter, wounding with intent and unlawful wounding of Jordan, but guilty to possession of a bladed article.

He was sentenced to 20 months at a young offenders’ institution in September 2017.

Police are now investigating the complaint.

She said: “We all feel British justice is not fit for purpose. It is in ruins and needs a complete revamp as thousands of families are being let down.

“Where there is so many fewer police officers these days, they are not investigating like they would normally because they don’t have the manpower.

“The evidence just isn’t being taken into the court room, and how can a jury make a decision on something they haven’t been told. They are being told half a story.

“I want the police to investigate this and why some evidence wasn’t mentioned in court.

A Wiltshire Police spokesman said: “We can confirm a complaint about this matter has been made and is being dealt with by our Professional Standards Department. As our enquiries are ongoing it would be inappropriate to comment further.”