By Richard Haigh
Completely revised and up to date variation of the 1st consultant to the felony points of AIDS. Written through skilled attorneys for The Terrence Higgins belief. Covers coverage, housing employment, kids, immigration, felony legislations.
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In practice an individual’s HIV status should have no relevance at all to their arrest or detention. The police should already have in place procedures to reduce the risk of contracting infections during arrest and detention without such procedures being dependent upon ascertaining the detainee’s health status. Furthermore, even if such procedures are not implemented the information that an individual is HIV-infected invariably becomes available after a ‘risk’ situation has passed. For example, if the police are dealing with someone injured and bleeding after a fight or car accident it is very unlikely that personal details sufficient to carry out a PNC check and ascertain health details will be obtained until after the immediate emergency has passed.
It may be directly relevant to the commission of the alleged crime—for example, inadequate state benefits or financial support have, on more than one occasion, been the impulse for the commission of an offence of dishonesty. Furthermore, the HIV status of a defendant may provide grounds, particularly in less serious cases, for an approach to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to see if they will deal with the defendant either by withdrawing the charge altogether or by coupling such a withdrawal with a non-conviction option such as a caution or a bind-over.
Again, using the presence of condoms and safer sex material as evidence in this manner is likely to lead to sauna and brothel managers restricting the availability of such items on their premises with the consequent increased risk of the spread of infection. COUNSELLING INTRAVENOUS DRUG USERS AND ESTABLISHING NEEDLE EXCHANGES Very similar analyses to those adopted in the preceding section regarding the ‘risks’ to safer sex counsellors in providing such information and condoms can be applied to the situation of those counselling intravenous drug users and providing clean needles through needle exchanges.
Aids by Richard Haigh