NICOLA Bulley Police are facing an independent scrutiny after an inquest was launched into the mother’s death.
The review will address the inquiry carried out by Lancashire Constabulary into the mother-of-two’s disappearance in January.
The review, announced in February, will be conducted by the College of Policing, the independent national body that sets standards for policing.
She was found by two dog walkers less than a mile from her last location.
An inquest opened and adjourned into her death previously confirmed it had to be her identified through dental records.
Questions mounted about how police were unable to locate Nicola despite an “extremely complex and highly emotional” search.
The Office of the Information Commissioner will not take coercive action against Lancashire Police over the disclosure of missing mother Nicola Bulley’s personal details, police said.