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Indigenous teen’s funeral back on after crisis talks

Indigenous teen's funeral back on after crisis talks

The first juvenile to die in youth detention in Western Australia will be laid to rest after authorities reversed their last-minute decision not to let the teen’s incarcerated father attend the funeral.

Cleveland Dodd, 16, was found unresponsive in his cell in a troubled youth wing at a high-security adult prison in the early hours of October 12.

He was taken to hospital in a critical condition, where he later died, causing outrage and grief in the community.

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About 500 mourners are expected to attend the boy’s funeral on Friday afternoon in the remote town of Meekatharra, about 750km northeast of Perth.

The service, originally scheduled for 8am, was postponed earlier in the day when Cleveland’s father Wayne Gentle told his family authorities would not allow him to attend.

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Indigenous justice advocate Gerry Georgatos said he was involved in a “crisis meeting” with police and Corrective Services and they reversed their decision after reassessing security concerns.

“(Mr Gentle) is being flown in by four o’clock and the funeral will go ahead,” he told AAP.

Georgatos said about 200 of Cleveland’s family members had peacefully protested outside the Meekathara police station after the funeral was delayed.

He was scathing of authorities over the earlier decision, saying “to do this at the last minute created a lot of chaos in the community, upset and unnecessary trauma”.

The Department of Justice issued two statements on the matter, with the first saying the Corrective Services Commissioner had been “guided by safety and security concerns” when it declined Gentle’s request to attend his son’s funeral service.

“Today the family, WA Police and Corrective Services have come to a new agreement in relation to security and we can now support the family’s request,” the second read.

“It was always the Commissioner for Corrective Services’ desire to facilitate the father’s attendance at the funeral if it could be done safely.”

First Nations people seeking mental health support should contact Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander crisis support line 13YARN on 13 92 76 or 13yarn.org.au.

If you need help in a crisis, call Lifeline on 13 11 14. For further information about depression contact beyondblue on 1300224636 or talk to your GP, local health professional or someone you trust.

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