Back in October last year I wrote a post about the use of family liaison officers, HERE, and today I thought I would shore it up with a short video from West Midlands Police which gives you more of an emotional point of view from the family liaison officer themselves and a family member who was involved with that officer. It’s only a short video, but it provides a clear outline of how the relationship works.
I hope you enjoy it.
Please do let me know in the comments of any other topics or questions you’d like covered in this series.
Rebecca Bradley is a retired UK police detective with over 15 years UK policing experience. Seven of those years were in uniform and the rest in a specialist investigative department where She handled multiple, serious and complex investigations. She is now a crime writer and offers a police procedural fact-checking service, available to all crime writers setting their work in England or Wales.
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She writes the DI Hannah Robbins series.
When catching a killer isn’t enough…
The naked, battered body of an unidentified teenager is found dumped in an alleyway and post-mortem finds evidence of a harrowing series of events.
Another teenage death with the same MO pushes DI Hannah Robbins and her team in the Nottingham City division Major Crimes Unit, to their limits, and across county borders. In a race against the clock, they attempt to unpick a thick web of lies and deceit to uncover the truth behind the deaths.
But it doesn’t stop there.
Just how far are the team willing to push themselves to save the next girl?