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- May 9, 2013
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He was when the Coronial Unit was first set up, some years ago….. but I thought he had moved on from that role, to in charge of Cold Case …. But JMO as I don’t have a reference .I thought Laidlaw was the manager of the Coronial police investigation unit (as well as head of the cold case unit).
In 2007, he led the Coronial Investigation Team which developed closer working relationships between police and the NSW State Coroner’s Office.
He is a member of the SIDS Advisory Committee with the State Coroner’s Office and NSW Health, advising on children who die from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
A decorated 40-year veteran with a flair for cracking cases, Detective David Laidlaw was already known for his superior analytical skills before taking on the high profile Tyrrell investigation.