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Inform and intervene

  • where they believe the treatment of a person may not be in compliance with rights and welfare entitlements, escalating through the ranks and ensuring any issue that is not solved is recorded on the interview and/or custody record;
  • if they believe the person’s condition (in relation to their vulnerability) has changed significantly;
  • where they consider it would be in the person’s best interests for a solicitor to attend;
  • wherever necessary to achieve the specified outcomes (including engaging with solicitors and medical professionals)
on Thursday December 07 by chrisbath
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