Police have apologised to families and said that they have learned the lessons of the past.
We now try and operate in a transparent way and tell families what we're doing. That wasn't always the case many years ago. We've clearly learnt from other organisations that have been through similar processes and we too now put specialist officers in place to talk to families.
Police chiefs have been forced to apologise to grieving families after it emerged body parts from suspicious deaths were kept needlessly.
Police have admitted preserving body parts in suspicious death cases for years after the cases were solved.