- Chair and scope of Independent Review of Deaths in Police Custody announced: INQUEST response
Press releases, 20 October 2015
- Mother accuses authorities of failing her distraught daughter who jumped to her death from a car park rooftop after the man accused of raping her was cleared
INQUEST in the media, 25 November 2015
- Inquest into the death of Tracey Shelvey begins today
Press releases, 24 November 2015
- Death in Custody:“Prison Death Sentences” (Matthew Stubbs, Neal Price and Carl Foot)
INQUEST in the media, 18 November 2015
- Jury identified serious failures by G4s at the inquest into the death of Mohamoud Ahmed Ali
Press releases, 13 November 2015
- Family of Sheku Bayoh Meets With Scottish MPs
INQUEST in the media, 8 November 2015
- Prisoners being left in squalid courtroom cells by private escort companies and told they have only ‘the right to breathe’, report says
INQUEST in the media, 6 November 2015
- MOJ reports a further increase in prison deaths, assaults and self-harming incidents
Latest news, 5 November 2015
26.11.15 Our casework team has opened 402 cases to date in 2015.
25.11.15 There have been 212 deaths in prison this year, including 14 young people aged 18-24; 1 child aged 16; 75 self-inflicted deaths; and 3 homicides.
21.11.15 7 women have died in prison in 2015.
30.10.15 There have been 23 deaths involving the police in England & Wales this year to date, including 2 fatal police shootings.
09.08.15 There have been 2 deaths in immigration custody in 2015 so far.
29.01.15 in 2014 there were 242 deaths in prison; 83 were self-inflicted, including 14 young people aged 18-24.
02.01.15 There was one death in immigration custody and two deaths of immigration detainees held in prison in 2014.
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