Three years after Indigenous man’s death, Corrective Services NSW boss admits only a few staff have recently begun training

Almost three years after Indigenous man David Dungay Jr died in custody, most New South Wales prison staff have still not received physical training on the dangers of positional asphyxia.

Dungay died after a struggle with guards in his Long Bay prison cell in December 2015. He was restrained facedown by at least five officers in the “prone” position.

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