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UK NewsPolice 'could have prevented' vicious attack on homeless man who refused to take part in rape

17:01  12 september  2019
17:01  12 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Police 'could have prevented' vicious attack on homeless man who refused to take part in rape © Alistair Linford Bilston Glen call centre

Police 'could have prevented' a on a homeless shelter resident who refused to take part in a rape, a probe has concluded.

The resident at homeless accommodation in Penicuik was asked by another man to take part in the rape of a woman who was also living there.

When he refused he was attacked and phoned 999 for help, but no officers were sent.

He was brutally assaulted by the man three times over the course of an hour - and phoned cops twice, but no help arrived.

A member of the public also phoned the police, concerned about a disturbance at the shelter.

Almost 90 minutes after his initial call, a local police sergeant attended and found the man unconscious and suffering from severe injuries.

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The attacker had also managed to gain access to the woman's room between the second and third assaults, and attempted to rape her.

An investigation report from the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner (PIRC) released today, has concluded that cops could have prevented the second and third attacks on the man.

The PIRC found that a controller at the Bilston Glen Area Control Room (ACR) failed to prioritise the incident and direct officers to deal with the reported assault.

The man made his first first call to 999 at 2am and reported that he had been seriously assaulted by another resident, needed medical attention and that the person responsible was still there.

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The reported assault was passed to Bilston ACR but the controller said no officers were available to attend and did not send any officers to the incident.

At 2.21 am the injured man phoned 999 again to report a second assault on him by the same man and stated that he had a number of head injuries and was bleeding heavily.

A few minutes later Bilston ACR staff called for an ambulance to attend but no police officers were sent because the ACR controller said no resources were available.

Police Scotland received a further phone call at 2.47 am by a member of the public who reported a disturbance outside the homeless accommodation. Again, no police officers were sent as the ACR said no resources were available to attend.

The Scottish Ambulance Service initially did not send an ambulance as they did not have an ambulance available.

Just after 3 am, the injured man was assaulted for a third time by the same man who punched and kicked him to the head and body whilst he was lying on the ground.

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The details of the incident were brought to the attention of the local police sergeant who arrived at the homeless unit at 3.24 am, supported by other police officers.

They found the man unconscious and suffering from severe injuries.

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Just under an hour later, police officers discovered the woman in her room and she reported that the man who had carried out the assault had attempted to rape her.

The PIRC report found that during the course of the incidents, police officers in the area were directed to attend lower priority calls by Bilston ACR and it appeared that no thought had been given by the Controller to re-deploy local officers or task resources from adjoining areas or from other police units

The man who carried out the assault was arrested and later stood trial at the High Court, Edinburgh, and was found guilty of assault to severe injury and permanent disfigurement and assault with attempt to rape on 18 December 2018.

He was detained in a state hospital for treatment for a mental health condition as he was considered to present a significant risk to his health, safety or welfare or the safety of others.

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The trial judge Lord Mullholland was critical of the length of time it had taken police to attend in response to the victim’s emergency 999 calls.

Police Scotland referred the incident to the PIRC on 24 December 2018, more than three months after the incident.

The report found that it was “highly likely” that the third assault on the man would not have occurred if the Bilston ACR Controller had directed officers to attend the initial reports of assault.

Officers were instead sent to lower priority incidents. It also found that there was no ACR supervisory intervention or management of the incidents, despite them being visible to ACR supervisors from 2.17 am onwards.

The report could not determine whether, had the ACR Controller directed officers to attend the initial reports of a serious assault by the man, officers may have arrived in time to prevent the attempted rape of the woman.

The report concluded that the failings identified were individual and not organisational and a number of measures have since been put in place by Police Scotland to improve the management of calls based on an assessment of threat, risk and harm.

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