Where the police had forcibly entered a house to save a potentially suicidal person, the court ruled that the use of a police dog to disable that person was unreasonable because the dog was used to protect the police from harm rather than to counter any immediate risk that the resident would injure himself.

CA (Civ Div) (Brooke LJ, Sir Ronald Waterhouse)

08/11/2000

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