Gavin Kendall is a highly experienced Police Station Freelance Legal Representative based in London, specialising in advising in serious crime and often instructed by the highest tier of Solicitor practices with the most notable cases .Often working with clients with spectrum disorders he is passionate about upholding the rights of clients while considering the complexities of mental health.
Gavin reflects on police station representation during the pandemic, highlighting important practical issues and protocol slippages. He also discusses a significant amendment to The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 regarding to the definition of vulnerable suspects, and its implications for best practice with reference to those who are vulnerable.
- Joint Interim Interview Protocol
- The pandemic
- Vulnerable suspects
- The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE)
- Mental Health
- Spectrum Disorders
- Police Station Advice
- Police Station Representation