In a report out today, Bishop James Jones supported the introduction of a "Hillsborough Law", which has been called for by families and would make it a criminal offence for public officials to cover up wrong-doing within an organisation.
He also called for a change to inquest procedures, as well as publicly-funded legal representation for families at inquests which public bodies were represented at, as well as an end to public bodies "spending limitless sums" on representation.
The former Bishop of Liverpool was asked by the government to carry out the review after the conclusion of the inquests in April last year.
The inquests found 96 fans were unlawfully killed in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster and errors by the police and ambulance service caused or contributed to their deaths.
The review also says that public authorities need cultural change to stop what it calls the "burning injustice" in the way bereaved relatives are treated following a tragedy.