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Police family liaison following road death and serious injury seminars 2012

These seminars took place on 16 October 2012 in Manchester and on 24 October 2012 in London. They were kindly sponsored by Fentons Solicitors LLP, Irwin Mitchell Solicitors, Lyons Davidson Solicitors, and Pannone LLP.

Sessions presented at both London and Manchester events

Family liaison strategy and best practice
ACC Sean White, road death investigation lead, Association of Chief Police Officers

Brake’s work supporting families affected by a road crash
Julie Townsend, deputy chief executive, Brake

Sensitively dealing with tissue donation
Alan Chillingsworth, tissue donation practitioner, NHS Blood and Transplant (Manchester seminar)
Stella Shailer, specialist nurse - organ donation, NHS Blood and Transplant (London seminar)

Communications and technology best practice
PC Jeff Goodright, national training coordinator, National Policing Improvement Agency

Effective communication
PC Jane Holford, roads policing family liaison co-ordinator, Major Collision Enquiry Team, West Yorkshire Police

Additional session presented at Manchester seminar

Brain injury support and rehabilitation
Cathy Johnson, director, Rehab Without Walls and Carol Jackson, Partner, Pannone

Additional session presented at London seminar

The Motor Insurers Bureau: who they are and what they do

Craig Butler, senior associate solicitor, Lyons Davidson Solicitors