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Police and Crime Commissioners from the West Country are among those attending a conference in London today with Home Secretary, Theresa May.
Among them is the Wiltshire PCC, Angus McPherson and Sue Mountstevens, who was elected for the Avon and Somerset force.
A coroner has said that a father from Wiltshire killed his sons before committing suicide.
The body of Graham Anderson was found alongside his sons Jack, who was 11, and 3 year old Bryn at their flat in Tidworth last summer.
The coroner described it as a distressing case. Robert Murphy was in court. Some parts of his report may be upsetting.
The A4 Bath Road has been closed in in Wiltshire in both directions between Cross Key's Road at Corsham and the A350 Cepen Way at Chippenham after a serious accident.
The Wiltshire coroner says the cause of 3 year old Bryn Anderson's death is unclear but has recorded a verdict of unlawful killing.
The bodies of 11 year old Jack and 3 year old Bryn were found next to the body of their father, Graham Anderson, in a flat in Tidworth in September last year.
The coroner earlier recorded a verdict of suicide into the death of Graham Anderson. He said 11 year old Jack was also unlawfully killed by his father.
The coroner at the inquest into the deaths of a father and his two sons in a flat at Tidworth in Wiltshire said 11-year-old Jack Anderson was unlawfully killed by his father.
Wiltshire Coroner David Ridley has recorded a verdict of suicide into the death of Graham Anderson.
An inquest has heard Children's Services would not have prevented the deaths of two boys and their father if they had acted differently.
Ron Lock, who wrote a serious case review into the case said he made seven recommendations for Hampshire County Council's Childrens Services Department.
But he said: "We didn't find that any actions or decisions if they had been made differently, would have changed the outcome."
A forensic pathologist giving evidence at an inquest into the death a father and his two sons say the cause of the children's death was "un-ascertained."
Amanda Jeffrey told the court both boys had the sleeping drug Zopiclone in their blood stream.
11 year old Jack had a relatively small amount but 3 year old Bryn had a higher dose that may have killed him. She said Jack may have been smothered.
Their father, Graham Anderson, was found with a neck injury and a belt around his neck.
A Wiltshire Police Detective is currently giving evidence in an inquest into the deaths of Graham Anderson and his two sons, whose bodies were found in a flat in September last year.
Detective Constable Christopher Conway told the inquest that blood was found in the flat. Some of it was Graham Anderson's and some was that of his son Jack.
A post mortem showed both boys had traces of the insomnia drug Zopiclone, which Graham had been prescribed.
An inquest is continuing today into the deaths of a father and his two sons in Wiltshire.
The bodies of 11 year old Jack and 3 year old Bryn were found next to the body of their father - Graham Anderson - in a flat in Tidworth in September last year.
Yesterday the coroner, sitting in Salisbury, heard that Anderson had been due to be evicted the day before all the bodies were found.
He had failed to keep up his rent payments and was supposed to have left on August 31.