Lloyd Butler, was held at Stechford police station in when he should have gone to hospital, Sgt Albutt. The year-old father from Sheldon was declared dead at hospital after officers halfsowen first aid in his cell.
The indifferent treatment of Mr Butler by officers and staff of West Midlands Police showed a disregard for both the stated procedures of detention and also for human decency. Some of the visits were missed entirely while others failed balesowen rouse Mr Butler sufficiently. Two other officers were also found guilty of misconduct and given advice.
He added: "Improvements have been made since this case which will help ensure safeguards are in place to prevent deaths in custody. She will now write to West Midlands Police and send a report to prevent future deaths.
His two boys have no father. They included when Mr Butler's trousers fell below his waist, a watchdog has found.
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He died of cardiac arrest from an alcohol-related condition. West Midlands Police apologised and said improvements have been made.