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Investigations into the circumstances surrounding the deaths of Keziah and Darren Flux-Edmonds

On 1 June, 2016 Keziah Flux-Edmonds was killed by her father Darren, who then killed himself.

A series of investigations has been carried out - by Hampshire Constabulary, the Isle of Wight Coroner, the Isle of Wight Safeguarding Children board, the Isle of Wight NHS Trust and the CCG, and most recently (April 2019) NHS England has published its own Mental Health Homicide report - that report is available here.

In response, the Isle of Wight NHS Trust has produced an Action Plan to respond to the NHS England report recommendations. It has also circulated a briefing paper explaining its response, and also a media statement.