An NHS Mental Health Trust has been fined £200,000 for failing to care for a teenager who took his own life in Lewes Prison.
Jamie Osborne, who was 19, died on the hospital wing of the prison, which was run by Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
At the hearing, the judge said the circumstances around this case were 'tragic'.
He added there had been a catalogue of errors and missed opportunities at the trust to help Jamie Osborne.
Jamie's families said the fine would not help bring him back: