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Turnstiles numbered 1 to 10, 10 in all, provided access to 9,700 seats in the North Stand; a further 6 turnstiles (numbered 11 to 16) provided access to 4,456 seats in the upper tier of the West Stand.
Finally, 7 turnstiles (lettered A to G) provided access to 10,100 standing places in the lower tier of the West Stand.
The panel's report resulted in the previous findings of accidental death being quashed, and the creating of a new coroner's inquest.
It also produced two criminal investigations led by police in 2012: Operation Resolve to look into the causes of the disaster, and by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) to examine actions by police in the aftermath.
In October 1988 a probationary PC in Mole's F division, South Yorkshire was handcuffed, photographed, and stripped by fellow officers in a fake robbery, as a hazing prank.
A report by Eastwood & Partners for a safety certificate for the stadium in 1978 concluded that although it failed to meet the recommendations of the Green Guide, a guide to safety at sports grounds, the consequences were minor.The terrace was divided into five pens when the club was promoted to the First Division in 1984, and a crush barrier near the access tunnel was removed in 1986 to improve the flow of fans entering and exiting the central enclosure.After the crush in 1981, Hillsborough was not chosen to host an FA Cup semi-final for six years until 1987. A Leeds fan described disorganisation at the turnstiles and no steward or police direction inside the stadium, resulting in the crowd in one enclosure becoming so compressed he was at times unable to raise and clap his hands.One supporter wrote to the Football Association and Minister for Sport complaining, "The whole area was packed solid to the point where it was impossible to move and where I, and others around me, felt considerable concern for personal safety".Mole had supervised numerous police deployments at the stadium in the past.Kick-off was scheduled for pm on 15 April, and fans were advised to take up positions 15 minutes beforehand.At the time of the disaster, most English football stadiums had high steel fencing between the spectators and the playing field in response to both friendly and hostile pitch invasions.The crush occurred in the two standing-only central pens in the Leppings Lane stand, allocated to Liverpool supporters.Shortly before kick-off, in an attempt to ease overcrowding outside the entrance turnstiles, the police match commander, chief superintendent David Duckenfield, ordered exit gate C to be opened, leading to an influx of even more supporters to the already overcrowded central pens.Chief Superintendent Mole himself was to be transferred to the Barnsley division for "career development reasons".The transfer was to be done with immediate effect on 27 March 1989.