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The Governments Propsal to Ban Prone and the Other Side of The Argument [Video]

‘Excessive’ Use of Face-Down Restraint

About the Author

A former Royal Marines Commando and High-Security Prison Physical Training Instructor, Operations Director of Tactical Safety Responses Ltd Mark Williams, is an Association of Chief Police Officers trained Trainer of Instructors delivering expert instruction in Personal Safety, Close Protection and Close Quarter Defensive Tactics to Law Enforcement, Military, Healthcare, Government and large corporate companies and establishments.  Mark also acts as an expert witness in cases of legal action bought in respect of injury due to physical restraint.

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Fifth Corporate Manslaughter Prosecution in Progress

Fifth Corporate Manslaughter Prosecution in Progress

As reported on the 21st February 2013 The manager of a coal mine in South Wales where four men died after it flooded has been charged with gross negligence manslaughter, the Crown Prosecution Service has announced. This is the fifth prosecution to be brought under the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 since the legislation was introduced and the … Read more

Autistic Teenager Wins £28,000 Payout From Met Police After ‘Brutal Restraint’

Autistic Teenager Wins £28,000 Payout From Met Police After 'Brutal Restraint'

As reported in the National Press on the 15th February 2013 The Metropolitan Police have been ordered to pay £28,250 damages to a severely autistic teenager who was aggressively restrained by Metropolitan Police Officers after they jumped into a swimming pool and then forcibly restrained him. The Met Police appealed against the £28,250 awarded to ZH, who sued after he … Read more

ECHR Awards Compensation for Breach of Article 13 [Video]

In the case of RK and AK v the United Kingdom (38000/05) the European Court of Human Rights has awarded compensation to a couple from Oldham after it found that the UK had infringed their Article 13 rights after a child had been taken into care.

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Third Company Convicted of Corporate Manslaughter is Sentenced

Third Company Convicted of Corporate Manslaughter is Sentenced

Third Company Convicted of Corporate Manslaughter is Sentenced Lion Steel Limited has become the third company to be convicted of corporate manslaughter under the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007. Lion Steel Limited, of Hyde, Cheshire, admitted the charge in relation to the death of 45-year-old employee Steven Berry, who suffered fatal injuries when he fell through a fragile … Read more