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Robert Shreenan suffocated himself with a plastic bag within half an hour of being placed in the cell at Clydebank police office on July 14, 2008.
Sheriff Mhari Mactaggart heard evidence over six days at a fatal accident inquiry at Dumbarton Sheriff Court in August last year into the circumstances of the 48 year old's death.
Sheriff Mactaggart stated: "There was clear evidence before the inquiry that Mr Shreenan was given a plastic, non perforated bag, by Reliance Officer Scott. I am satisfied that she did so as an act of kindness. Neither she nor her colleague retrieved this bag from Mr Shreenan before he left Reliance custody. Nike Winter Coat Mens The inquiry can be satisfied that this was the bag used by Mr Shreenan to commit suicide. The officers each thought the other had disposed of the bag. There was clear evidence that Officer McKenzie did not advise custody officers at Clydebank that Mr Shreenan had been given a bag and that this had not been retrieved from him and further that, had custody officers been aware of this, they would have searched Mr Shreenan until the bag was recovered.
The sheriff added: "I do not find it necessary to make any recommendations as a result of this inquiry.
At the time the firm had no protocol for dealing with prisoners in transit but the court was told that the day after Mr Shreenan's death, paper bags were introduced on Reliance vans. Staff were verbally briefed on the use of paper sick bags and, in particular, told that plastic property bags are not to be given to prisoners Nike Tech Fleece Joggers Navy
"In all the circumstances, given the information available to Sergeant Spence and PC Murray, the search of Mr Shreenan at Clydebank police office on July 14, 2008, was reasonable albeit not thorough."
inquiry heard that Mr Shreenan had been arrested in Blackburn on a warrant and was being taken to Clydebank by security firm Reliance on July 14.
A Reliance employee who was involved in transporting Mr Shreenan admitted providing him with a plastic bag after hearing he had been sick.
Sheriff rules on Dumbarton man's cell suicide
A SHERIFF has ruled that the suicide of a Dumbarton man in a police cell might have been avoided.
Last week she issued her findings and stated that reasonable precautions where the death might have been avoided were: If a plastic bag given to Mr Shreenan by Reliance officers transporting him was retrieved and if the Reliance staff had informed custody officers at Clydebank of this and the fact it hadn't been retrieved.
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Mr Shreenan was found by a police custody officer with a plastic bag over his head and a ligature, made from his socks, around his neck. A post mortem concluded that the cause of death was presumed plastic bag Nike Sb Joggers
for use as sick bags. This now forms part of the basic training of Reliance officers.
"In conclusion it appears that, tragically, Mr Shreenan was determined to take his own life on July 14, 2008. Every effort was made to save his life at Clydebank police office and by emergency services but this proved unsuccessful."
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