Guidelines for CCTV footage when a suspect is harmed in custody (CellA+B), What is the law surrounding this. Thanks

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Damien Rhys St Clair Honey

Dear Western Australia Police,

Guidelines for CCTV footage when a suspect is harmed in custody (CellA+B), What is the law surrounding this, please include what legislation/acts that reflect this.

Yours faithfully,

Damien Rhys St Clair Honey

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