– A teenage girl with mental health problems who was kept in police cells for two days because of a lack of care beds has been found a place to stay. Concerns for her welfare were raised by Paul Netherton, assistant chief constable at Devon and Cornwall Police. He said the girl had been in a police cell since Thursday because no places were available anywhere in the UK. NHS England said the girl would be moved on Saturday night.
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