ZH v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis 
- The police restrained an autistic child who was transfixed on the water in a swimming pool; he jumped in, before being restrained again and taken to a police van
- The child (ZH) suffered a variety of psychological issues as a result of the incident
- Could the police commissioner be held liable?
- Best interests could not have been a found without consulting the carer of the child first
Posted in Tort Law Revision Notes.
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