Published on 4 Sep 2017

Report calls for changes to treatment in police custody

Senior Home Affairs Correspondent

When Theresa May was Home Secretary in 2015, she met families of men who had died in police custody. She was so moved that she demanded that the Home Office investigate. Its report was completed at the beginning of this year and was due to be published this week, but now the Home Office has said it will not be published for two months. Channel 4 News has seen the report which recommends fundamental changes to the way police deal with people in custody.