Newsletter All of our work is grounded in our day-to-day experience of working with bereaved people. Please sign up here to receive the newsletter to your email inbox, which provides regular updates about our far-reaching policy, parliamentary, campaigning and media work. You can see previous editions on the list below. Other updates can be found on our blog. SUBSCRIBE TO NEWSLETTER INQUEST Newsletter - March 2018 News on INQUEST's campaign for public funding for families at inquests, ongoing casework and policy updates, Grenfell inquiry updates, and more. INQUEST Newsletter - January/February 2018 News on a succession of damning inquests, official reports and media coverage about unsafe systems of care and detention, and systemic institutional failures. Plus INQUEST's new strategic plan and other updates. INQUEST End Of Year Newsletter - November/December 2017 Updates on the Grenfell Inquiry, the launch of the Hillsborough Law crowdfunder and a look at the inquest findings over the year. INQUEST Special Edition Newsletter covering the week 30 October - 4 November 2017 Reflections on a momentous week, with the publication of the Independent review on deaths and serious incidents in police custody, passing through parliament of 'Seni's Law', publication of the Hillsborough review by Bishop John James and more. INQUEST Newsletter June/July 2017 Looking at the inquest of Sarah Reed, updates on recent deaths following police contact, the ongoing prison crisis, and more. INQUEST Newsletter May/June 2017 Includes our calls for a public inquiry for Grenfell Tower, developments on the HMP Woodhill judicial review and further evidence of a deteriorating prison system. INQUEST Newsletter April/May 2017 Covering our continued concerns over legal aid funding, the inquests of Olaseni Lewis, Pip McManus and Daniel Adele, and calls for a corporate manslaughter investigation into HMP Woodhill. INQUEST Newsletter March/April 2017 Looking at the lessons to be learnt by the NHS following deaths in their care, the concerning trend of young prisoner deaths and updates on the Hillsborough Law. INQUEST Newsletter February/March 2017 Discusses the 'not guilty' verdict of police officers in the case of Thomas Orchard, investigation delays, and INQUEST's submissions to the Bishops Review and the Inquiry on Mental Health and Deaths in Prison. INQUEST Newsletter January/February 2017 Examines new safety in custody figures, the record levels of women's prison deaths and the inquiry into the fatal police shooting of Anthony Grainger. INQUEST Newsletter August 2016 Including our submission to the Angiolini Review, concerns about the investigation of deaths in mental health settings, the recent family forum, and casework updates. INQUEST Newsletter April 2016 Looking at the BBC Panorama documentary on child deaths in private mental health settings, conclusions of the Hillsborough inquest and the record number of self-inflicted deaths in prisons. INQUEST Newsletter February 2016 Including institutional child abuse at Medway Secure Training Centre, a statistical analysis of INQUEST's casework, the death of Sara Read, and more. INQUEST Newsletter October 2015 Discusses the publication of the Harris Review, obstacles to state accountability and the imprisonment of vulnerable women. INQUEST Newsletter June 2015 Covers the disproportionate number of BME deaths following police contact and our reports on deaths of young people in prison and people in mental health settings. INQUEST Newsletter July/August 2014 Examines serious concerns about safety of prisoners, critical report of HMP Doncaster and a milestone for family of Azelle Rodney. INQUEST Newsletter May/June 2014 Looking at our work on holiday the police to account and developments in the inquests of Brian Dalrymple, Donna Carrigan, and more. INQUEST Newsletter March/April 2014 Including the broadcast of 'Dead Behind Bars', a scathing inspection of Brinsford YOI and the rise in the number of self-inflicted deaths in prison. INQUEST Newsletter January/February 2014 Discusses the review announced into the deaths of young people in prison, coroners' reports made public and the battle for legal aid funding for bereaved families. *Your details will not be shared with any other organisation or individual and will not be used for any other purpose than to contact you with the latest e-newsletter and other occasional emails from INQUEST.