Monthly Archives: July 2012

Lord Ramsbottom, G4S and The Church’s Liability for Perverted Priests


Lord Ramsbottom , G4S and The Church’s Liability for Perverted Priests Lord Ramsbotham, a former chief inspector of prisons has condemned the decision not to bring charges against three G4S guards over the death of a detainee as “perverse”, insisting

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Posted in Corporate Manslaughter, Positional Asphyxia

Church has employer’s duty of liability for parish priests


Originally posted on UK Human Rights Blog:
JEG v  The Trustees of the Portsmouth Roman Catholic Diocesan  [2012] EWCA Civ 938 Elizabeth Anne-Gumbel QCand Justin Levinson of One Crown Office Row acted for the claimant in this case. They did not write…

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Thinking About Becoming a Properly Qualified Physical Intervention Trainer?


For more info go to: http://www.nfps.info/NFPS-BTEC-Level-3-Restraint-and-Breakaway-Instructors-Course

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Posted in Physical Intervention

Police retention of photographs unlawful, High Court rules


Originally posted on UK Human Rights Blog:
The Queen, on the application of (1) RMC and (2) FJ – and – Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis. Read judgment. Liberal societies tend to view the retention of citizens’ private information…

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Third Company Convicted of Corporate Manslaughter


A third company has been 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

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Posted in Corporate Manslaughter

BTEC Level 3 Advanced Restraint & Breakaway Instructors Course


Next Course 17th – 21st September To view the course web-page >>>>> click here To download a booking from Sept 2012 Restraint-Instructor Booking Form

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Posted in Physical Intervention

A Wall is Not Just a Load of Bricks Arranged in Rows


People look at a wall and think that it is an arrangement of bricks laid next to and on top of each other. That is most people’s first impression. However, what really gives the wall its strength is the mortar

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Posted in Physical Intervention, Reasonable Force

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