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IOPC orders Staffordshire officers to re-train after custody death

Custody officers have been ordered to take refresher training after an investigation by the conduct watchdog ruled they had failed to follow procedures with a detainee who had taken an overdose.

IOPC orders Staffordshire officers to re-train after custody death

Date - 11th September 2020
By - Chris Smith
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The Independent Office for Police Conduct found officers with Staffordshire Police had not organised a medical examination for a man who had taken an overdose of paracetamol. Ian Dyche, 35, was arrested in April 2018 and detained at the Watling...
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