October 18th, 2016
Episode 1265 of 1282 episodes
A mental health trust underestimated the risk posed by its patients and sometimes did not act on threats to kill, a review of 10 killings over eight years has found. It found killings by Kayden Smith in 2012 and Roger Goswell in 2007 had been "preventable" and "predictable". Joe Goswell says his mother's death could and should have been prevented. He says his "mother would not have died that day had more been done to help my father." Chief executive of the Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Colm Donaghy discusses the failures of the trust. (Image: Roger and Sue Goswell, credit: Sussex Police)
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