Dekinar: Recent Developments in Police Misconduct and Negligence Claims


Published: 15/06/2023

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In this webinar, Roderick Abbott talks about recent developments in police misconduct, drawing on his experience acting for appropriate authorities and as a legal adviser to panels.

Paul Stagg examines recent developments in negligence claims against police forces, with a focus on the vexed issue of when police officers owe duties of care to members of the public affected by their acts or omissions. In particular, he discusses the recent decisions in England and Wales in Tindall and Woodcock and in Northern Ireland in Magill and Holbeach.

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Paul Stagg KC

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Roderick Abbott

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