Over a five-year period, the Metropolitan Police recorded a total of 28 deaths that were investigated by homicide detectives before being ruled ‘non-suspicious’. One of the mantras taught to police officers about responding to sudden and unexpected deaths is “Think Murder”. The risks of not doing so are perhaps obvious:…
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