INQUEST would like to draw attention to its separate findings on the number of young prisoners, aged 18-24, who have taken their lives between January 2000 and June 2015.
Home secretary committed to solving deaths in custody crisis
Theresa May has expressed solidarity with those who have lost family members as a result of deaths in custody. In a revealing letter written she echoed the sentiments of families who feel let down by the IPCC.
Death in custody was neglect, rules inquest jury
A four-year battle for justice ended in victory as an inquest jury found neglect contributed to the death of Kingsley Burrell. He suffered a cardiac arrest after being restrained for a prolonged period of time with a towel over his head at the Oleaster Health Unit.
Deaths in custody much higher than officials will admit
People who have died after being restrained in police custody higher than officially stated, report reveals.