Being a Family Liaison Officer





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Published on Jul 12, 2010

Dc Ray O'Hare talks about his role as a family liaison officer and how it feels to enter someone's home during the lowest point in their lives.

He speaks about two cases he has been involved in -- the murder of Gary Belben, who was killed by his son 17-year-old son Edward and the murder of 27-year-old Westley Odger who was fatally stabbed at a cashpoint.

Edward's mum Tanya Belben talks about how Ray's approach helped her in the days after her husband's murder in 2007 and Ann Oakes Odger talks about the importance of having a single point of contact between the police and the family following a major incident.


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