He is described as being white, of medium build, has short brown hair and brown eyes. It is believed he was wearing a blue t-shirt and jeans.
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Tracy Shelvey, who died days after a man accused of raping her was cleared, plunged to her death after staging Rochdale rooftop protest Tracy Shelvey was given inadequate support by agencies including the police, council and social and health services, the inquest heard. Photograph: PA Josh Halliday Tuesday 15 December 2015 A coroner has found […]
UPDATE: Richard Ayomanor, who was missing from a secure unit in Manchester has been now been found - police have said
Ayomanor, 38, was last seen on Saturday at Tesco in Cheetham Hill Sunday 13 Th December, 2015 By John Scheerhout Greater Manchester Police are hunting Richard Ayomanor, a missing registered sex offender. UPDATE: Richard Ayomanor, who was missing from a secure unit in Manchester has been now been found – police have said Police […]
Coronation Street actor killed himself hours after finding out about his father’s death
Coronation Street actor Trevor Smith killed himself just hours after learning that his father had died, an inquest heard.
Police discovered the 42-year-old had been struggling with his stuttering career, stress and his sexuality in the months before he committed suicide.
Only a week before he threw himself into a lagoon at a disused quarry after self-harming at his home when he became overwhelmed by events in his life.
Greater Manchester Police has collaborated with Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMW ) to provide a training programme for staff that improves the understanding of mental health.
A PILOT project aimed at giving emergency mental health care to people in crisis in Leeds has proved so successful that it is set to become a permanent fixture in the city.
It was launched 12 months ago as health workers teamed up with police to offer an innovative ‘street triage’ service. After the successful Department of Health funded trial – which saw the number of people being detained by police under the Mental Health Act drop by a third – the Leeds Mental Health Triage is now being offered 24 hours-a-day, seven days a week. Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and West Yorkshire Police have jointly been providing the service.