Inquest reveals detained teen's harm threats ignored

By Aaron Bunch
Updated April 3 2024 - 6:25pm, first published 6:22pm
Cleveland Dodd's mother Nadene (second left) and other relatives hope the inquest leads to change. (Aaron Bunch/AAP PHOTOS)
Cleveland Dodd's mother Nadene (second left) and other relatives hope the inquest leads to change. (Aaron Bunch/AAP PHOTOS)

The first juvenile to die in youth detention in Western Australia threatened to self-harm eight times in the hours before he was found unresponsive in his cell.

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