Inquiry into care home provider following residents’ deaths

Police investigate care business holding WSCC contracts worth millions

Sussex Health Care investigation

See press reports below:

http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/15577824.Inquiry_into_care_home_provider_following_residents____deaths/

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4946598/Police-investigate-care-home-firm-12-residents-die.html

Directors/consultants to this business include the former deputy leader of West Sussex County Council, Peter Catchpole, whose cabinet roles have included social care responsibilities, and Amanda Rogers, their former Director of Adult Services. WSCC contracts with the business “are estimated to be worth millions'.

The business website:

http://www.sussexhealthcare.org/policy-group.html

Sussex Health Care state that they are co-operating fully with investigations by the Care Quality Commission and police. Er, well, to quote someone from a different sphere of work, 'They would say that, wouldn't they?'

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