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'I am deeply sorry': Ambulance Victoria apologises to Tanya Day's family

Family of Aboriginal grandmother Tanya Day accepts apology from Ambulance Victoria for the disrespectful treatment she received after falling in a police cell.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Tanya Day inquest: Family want world to see cell CCTV

The family of an Aboriginal woman who died after hitting her head in a Victorian police cell wants the world to watch the distressing footage.
SBS - Published Also reported by •Brisbane TimesSydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Tanya Day inquest: 'Imagine having to watch your mum die in this way'

The family of an Aboriginal woman who died after falling and hitting her head in a Victorian police cell want the world to see the now-public footage.
SBS - Published

Tanya Day inquest: Family seek CCTV to 'tell the truth about what happened'

The family of Aboriginal woman Tanya Day will learn if footage of her time in police custody will be made public on Friday.
SBS - Published

Tanya Day given 'privacy' in cell says officer

Police officer asked why he did not enter the cell to conduct physical checks on Tanya Day says he found her posture "a little bit confronting".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Tanya Day inquest: Police left Indigenous woman in cell for 'privacy'

A police officer tasked to check on Aboriginal woman Tanya Day while she was in custody says he didn't enter her cell because he wanted to give her "privacy".
SBS - Published

Understaffing blamed in Tanya Day inquest

Understaffing meant police didn't follow their standards for checking on drunk people in custody, the inquest into Aboriginal woman Tanya Day's death has heard.
SBS - Published

Police checked Tanya Day less often due to Christmas party, court told

Castlemaine police station's annual Christmas party meant officers did not physically check on Aboriginal woman Tanya Day as often as they should, an inquest has heard.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Tanya Day inquest: Court hears police checks were 'inadequate'

A police officer supervising Aboriginal woman Tanya Day while in custody has conceded a check on her before she fell and hit her head was inadequate.
SBS - Published

Police checks on Tanya Day were 'completely inadequate', inquest told

Officer supervising Aboriginal woman Tanya Day in custody has agreed a check on her just seconds before she fell and hit her head was 'completely inadequate'.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Tanya Day inquest shown 'distressing' video of her falling and hitting head

An inquest into the death of an Aboriginal grandmother who died after a series of falls in custody has been shown video footage of her movements inside a Victorian police station cell.
SBS - Published

Distressing Tanya Day fall footage played

A court has been shown footage of Aboriginal woman Tanya Day falling and hitting her head in a Victorian police station cell.
SBS - Published

Tanya Day tried to 'bargain' with police after her arrest, inquest told

An Aboriginal woman who died after falling in custody was 'about a seven [out of 10]' in terms of drunkenness when she arrived at the Catlemaine police station, court hears.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Tanya Day 'bargained' with Vic police

Aboriginal woman Tanya Day bargained with police after being arrested at a Victorian train station for public drunkenness, an inquest has been told.
SBS - Published

Aboriginal volunteer disputes police claims she wouldn’t collect Tanya Day from cells

An Aboriginal justice volunteer denies Victoria Police claims she wouldn't collect intoxicated grandmother Tanya Day because she didn't know her.
SBS - Published

'We support them regardless': Police claim about Tanya Day rejected

Aboriginal justice volunteer has denied Victoria Police claims she wouldn't collect intoxicated grandmother Tanya Day from police station because she didn't know her.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Tanya Day inquest: Officer in case was Aboriginal liaison

A Victorian policeman who took Tanya Day into custody after she was arrested for being drunk was named the Aboriginal liaison officer just a week before.
SBS - Published

CCTV taken hours before Tanya Day’s death in custody shown to inquest

An Aboriginal grandmother who died after a series of falls in police custody was treated "better than equal", Victoria Police officers say.
SBS - Published

Tanya Day was treated better than 'everyday drunk', police tell inquest

Aboriginal woman was tearful and unsteady on her feet when she was placed in a cell at Castlemaine police station for being drunk in public, her inquest hears.
Brisbane Times - Published

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