Coriolan hearing: what was the hurry?

I haven’t been following every step of the hearing on Pierre Coriolan’s death, but this piece Thursday was striking in the simplicity of the question from the coroner: What was the hurry? Why did Coriolan, alone in the face of five police officers, have to be subdued so quickly?

A second thing strikes me. Last year the SPVM promised all officers would get training about mental health crises. I posted about it and even mentioned I’d seen it promised a previous time. Now in this piece it quotes the head of the Police Brotherhood saying that he expects the coroner to recommend mental health crisis training for the police.

How can we believe these promises when every time they’re mentioned, it’s like a brand new idea that hasn’t been thought of before?