Inquest en morto de Tony Davies aŭdas de ŝanĝoj al CCTV en prizonaj furgonoj
De: This is Staffordshire
Eldonita: 25 Majo 2012
Ŝanĝoj estis farita al CCTVaj sistemoj en prizonaj furgonoj post suspektato mortita dum estanta transportita al polica garda centro. An inquest into the death of Tony Davies heard how the 32-year-old was found slumped in a caged cell and was unresponsive when the van arrived at Middlewich Custody Suite.
Mr Davies was picked up by police in Crewe, near the scene of a burglary in Barthomley Crescent on April 7 Lasta jaro. Officers observed he was drunk and recorded that detail on a risk assessment form.
But as he was able to talk and walk they put him in a cell in the back of a van driven by a lone civilian escort officer. She drove the 20 minute journey to the Cheshire Police custody suite.
The inquest was told Mr Davies vomited during the journey but that this was not unusual for detained suspects. Post mortem tests showed Mr Davies was six times over the legal drink drive limit and his cause of death was given as acute alcohol poisoning.
Denise Vogan, the civilian officer who drove the van, Dirita: “When I first saw him I noticed Mr Davies was staggering but I wouldn’t have said he was very drunk.
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