Coronial findings 

To access a finding not listed here, please make application (DOC , 61.5 KB) to the Court. In some inquests recommendations are made to Ministers and Government and non-government agencies.

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  • Recommended
    Decision of Deputy State Coroner Truscott
    Coronial Law, cause and manner of death, intoxication, gap on a railway station platform, death in the course of a police operation, positional asphyxia and injuries
  • Recommended
    Decision of Deputy State Coroner Lee
    CORONIAL LAW - Death in custody, Surry Hills Cells Complex, role of Corrective Services New South Wales Monitor officer, permissibility of Corrective Services New South Wales officers watching television whilst on duty, risk of self-harm,
  • Recommended
    Decision of Deputy State Coroner Lee
    Coronial Law - cause and manner of death, unsolved homicide
  • Recommended
    Decision of Deputy State Coroner Lee
    Coronial Law - death in custody, cause and manner of death, notification to next of kin of death in custody
  • Recommended
    Decision of Magistrate Baptie
    Coronial law, cause and manner of death, adequacy of medical care and treatment, cardiac telemetry monitoring, certificates under s61 Coroners Act 2009, referral unders.82(2) Coroners Act 2009 and s.1515 Health Practitioner Regulation
  • Recommended
    Decision of Deputy State Coroner Lee
    Coronial law, cause and manner of death, alcohol-related fall, homicide, blood alcohol concentration, hyoid bone fracture
  • Recommended
    Decision of Deputy State Coroner Forbes
    Coronial Law, death as a result of a police operation, role of involved police
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Last updated:

18 Aug 2021

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