Review of killings reveals mental health trust failings



A review of 10 killings - including that of a pensioner who was stabbed after a collision between two cars - has uncovered failings at a mental health trust.
Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has already apologised for its role in the lead up to the death of Donald Lock, who was stabbed 39 times on the A24 in Findon in July 2015.
But a new independent review has found the trust did not always learn fully from previous mistakes and sometimes "severely underestimated" the risk posed by mental health patients.
It also failed to include the views of families, some of whom... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 41
Source: Belper News
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