Unable to attend AAFS due to three fixed date court cases – all of which pleaded on the day – so not required after all! Lecturing to QMUL MSc Forensic Medicine students – topics include restraint injuries, injury documentation, examination of detainees, early and late signs of torture. Visit to HMP Elmley to assess defendant in murder trial for fitness to attend trial, at HHJ request. Assessment of capability to carry out actions in attempt murder trial. Lecture on Medical Management of Taser Injuries to Faculty of Forensic & Legal Medicine Development day. Excellent lectures also on seizure management in custody by Hannah Cock and medication management in custody by Cathy Cooke. Two interesting reports from the London Assembly regarding healthcare of detainees within the Metropolitan Police Service (https://www.london.gov.uk/mayor-assembly/london-assembly/publications/falling-short-the-met-s-healthcare-of-detainees-in-custody) and on the Met plans to use watercannons (https://www.london.gov.uk/mayor-assembly/london-assembly/publications/water-cannon). Expect to see substantial support for the Save UK Justice campaign on 7th March within criminal courts. Travelling to Isle of Man for inquest. FME Audit meeting in March week 2. Giving evidence to Military Courts Centre. Incredible work by FHC Experts for Law & Mediation (www.forensic-healthcare.com) to achieve ISO9001. accreditation.