Kingsley Burrell Brown was detained under the Mental Health Act last Sunday after officers attended an incident on Iknield Port Road, Birmingham. He was admitted to a unit in the city and later moved to a hospital where he died on Thursday, police said. The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said post-mortem test results may be known early next week.

Over 1,000 people marched in Birmingham last Saturday calling for justice for those who have died in police custody.

"The last 18 months of my life have been torture," says death in custody man's sister.

THE funeral of Birmingham man Kingsley Burrell took place in Birmingham on Friday – 17 months after his death in police custody.

West Midlands quartet quizzed over death of trainee security guard in 2011 after 'incident' at Mary Seacole mental institute in Winson Green.

The march ended at Police Headquarters in Colmore Circus.

A Birmingham man who died after being in police custody had his head covered with a sheet or blanket, it emerged at the city’s coroner’s court.

More than 100 people took part in a demonstration calling for prosecutors to reveal if charges will be brought over the death of a student in police custody.

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