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Putting nurses in 999 control rooms can end culture of detaining vulnerable people in police cells
The number of vulnerable people being sectioned and detained in police cells remains over 1,000 - which is of course 1,000 too many - the latest annual statistics have shown today. It’s a painful and scarring experience that helps no-one with their mental health needs. The picture is different in Bradford however, where they have been doing things differently to the rest of the country since the turn of the year, and have reduced detentions by 90 percent.