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Deaths in or after police custody fall, but mental health remains concern for IPCC

Deaths in or after police custody fall, but mental health remains concern for IPCC

Deaths in or following police custody in England and Wales have continued to decline and are at their lowest for ten years, figures published by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) today (Tuesday) reveal.…

Orchard family watch ‘harrowing’ footage for first time

Orchard family watch ‘harrowing’ footage for first time

The family of an Exeter man who died in police custody have viewed footage of his death for the first time - after expressing anger at the delays in making a decision over possible criminal charges. Thomas Orchard’s relatives, including his parents and siblings described the CCTV as…

Police admit: “We failed Lloyd Butler”

Police admit: “We failed Lloyd Butler”

Lloyd Butler was failed by police officers, the West Midlands force admitted.Responding to the inquest verdict and the IPCC report, assistant chief constable Gary Cann admitted those involved in his care “fell below the required standards”. He said: “The jury at Birmingham Coroner’s Court has found officers failed…

Police watchdog submits evidence to CPS over death of man in custody

Police watchdog submits evidence to CPS over death of man in custody

The police watchdog has sent a file to the Crown Prosecution Service over the actions of seven police…

Executing the intellectually disabled: a stronger prohibition

Executing the intellectually disabled: a stronger prohibition

On 21 February 1978, Freddie Hall and his accomplice, kidnapped, raped and murdered a young woman, and in…

Sean Rigg Death: Five officers to be investigated

Sean Rigg Death: Five officers to be investigated

The police watchdog is to investigate five officers involved in the arrest of a man who died while…

Commission launches inquiry into non-natural deaths of people with mental health conditions

Commission launches inquiry into non-natural deaths of people with mental health conditions

The Equality and Human Rights Commission has today launched an inquiry into the non-natural deaths of adults with…

Leon Briggs investigation: IPCC reveals third probe for officers ‘likely’

Leon Briggs investigation: IPCC reveals third probe for officers ‘likely’

Five police officers and two detention officers remain under investigation and are “likely” to be interviewed for a…

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