London, United Kingdom, April 10, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Capita’s Preventing Deaths in Police Care Conference takes place at a critical juncture for custody management.
Following the Home Secretary’s launch of an independent review into deaths and serious incidents in police custody, take this opportunity to ensure your organisation has the procedures in place to execute thorough risk assessments to protect the lives of detainees.
With the Independent Police Complaints Commission’s 2014-15 report stating that the number of people dying in police custody has reached its highest level for five years, now is a crucial time for health and criminal justice services.
Benefits of attending:
·Hear from the Chair of the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) on the current priorities for safeguarding detainees
·Put your questions to HM Inspectorates of Prisons’ Custody Lead on what to expect from inspections
·Learn how to prevent suicide in and following police care through partnership working
·Assess methods of safeguarding adults with mental vulnerabilities in detention
This conference has an attached half day briefing on Providing Safer Detention for People with a Mental Health Condition Briefing taking place on 29th June.
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