A police inquiry at Colchester Hospital started after staff said they were being "pressured or bullied" to falsify data relating to cancer patients.
Inspectors were "not assured" the trust had met six of the action points.
Sir Bruce Keogh's review of death rates at 14 hospitals last year.
The trust has satisfied NHS England inspectors it has fully met just one of these action points - that it has enough staff to escort people to radiology.
His principal interests are in constitutional and administrative law, human rights, media law, and aspects of criminal ungdom søker sex justice and legal philosophy.Properly investigating reports of bullying was one of 33 action points set out for the trust following.Image caption Colchester Hospital is in special measures "Proper investigations" into bullying complaints have not been carried out by a hospital being probed by police.However, inspectors found improvements had been made in many other areas.
You may disable cookies in your browser settings.
A graduate in law and in social sciences, he previously taught at the Universities of Birmingham, Durham, Essex and Manchester, where he was Professor of Law from 1985 to 1990.
Amongst other activities, he is an occasional consultant on parliamentary and other matters, and a regular contributor to newspapers and broadcasting.