'A bucket of cold water would do the job'

PUBLISHED: 08:27 25 June 2008 | UPDATED: 21:58 15 June 2010

WHEN an independent custody visitor told a public meeting in Honiton how special cells now have to be provided for detainees who have come into contact with CS spray, he revealed hi-tech fans and other equipment is used to remove chemical residue.

WHEN an independent custody visitor told a public meeting in Honiton how special cells now have to be provided for detainees who have come into contact with CS spray, he revealed hi-tech fans and other equipment is used to remove chemical residue.Local councillor John Jeffery replied: "A bucket of cold water would do the job.


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