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Digital copy of Alison Fossey’s first statement to the Inquiry providing an account of her experiences working in the States of Jersey Police, particularly regarding her experiences of child protection matters in Jersey and her role in the commencement and management of Operation Rectangle. [Some details redacted].

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Reference ZC/D/AW4/B2/3/WS000687
Date 3 December 2015
Scope and Content Refers to current employment with States of Jersey Police in the role of Chief Inspector for Crime Operations. Provides details of early career, mentioning Lothian and Borders Police, Strathclyde Police, and the Female and Child Unit. Provides details of training, mentioning police investigative skills and child protection. Recalls transfer to States of Jersey Police. Refers to the Family Protection Unit, and describes the relationship between the Family Protection Unit and Children’s Services. Refers to Crime Services, Intelligence Department, Operation Rectangle, CID [Criminal Investigation Department], HOLMES [Home Office Large Major Enquiry System], and the PPU [Public Protection Unit]. Refers to training courses undertaken whilst employed with States of Jersey Police, mentioning police investigative skills, child protection, and sexual offences. Comments on the role of the Honorary Police, Eversheds, Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH), La Chasse [Centre], Law Officer’s Department, Child Protection Guidelines, Safeguarding Partnership Board, States of Jersey, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary, Jersey Child Protection Committee, Social Services Department, Mountain Healthcare, Haut de la Garenne, Devon and Cornwall Police, Jersey Sea Cadets, Victoria College, St John Ambulance, Home Affairs Department, Metropolitan Police, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Health and Social Services, British Broadcasting Corporation, Panorama, Police National Information and Co-ordination Centre, Association of Chief Police Officers Homicide Working Group, Metropolitan Police Review, Operation Haven, Wiltshire Police, Operation Hydrant, Operation Whistle, Greater Manchester Police, BakerPlatt, Court of Appeal, Crown Prosecution Service, Jersey Care Leavers Association, Children’s Services, Department of Education, Brook [Jersey], Health and Social Services Department, Probation [and After Care] Service, Social Security, and the Housing [Department]. Names States of Jersey Police Chief Officer Graham Power, Superintendent Lenny Harper, Superintendent John Pearson, Force Legal Adviser Bridget Shaw, Deputy Chief Inspector Andre Bonjour, DC [Detective Constable] Brian Carter, DC [Detective Constable] Emma Coxhall [Coxshall], Alan Gay, Intelligence Manager Jane Le Feuvre, John De La Haye, Acting Detective Inspector Peter Hewlett, Detective Sergeant Barry Faudemer, Detective Constable Anton Cornelissen, Detective Chief Inspector David Minty, [Detective Sergeant] Keith Bray, Detective Chief Inspector David Marshall, Ray Wyre, Lynn Lang, Rachel Hart, Andy Baker, Anne Harrison, John Moody, Detective Sergeant Andrew Smith, David Warcup, Michael Gradwell, Detective Superintendent Andy Tattersall, [Senior Investigating Officer] Paul Kemp, Superintendent Stewart Gull, Garry Kitchen, Shaun du Val, and Sarah O’Donnell. Refers to Solicitor General Stephanie Nicolle, Children’s Services Senior Manager Marnie Baudains, Danny Wherry, Child Care Officer David Castledine, Dr Malpass, Children’s Services Supervisor Steve McVay, Andrew Williamson, Tony Le Sueur, Data Protection Commissioner Emma Martins, Karen Mundy, Tanya [Tanja] Tinari, Natalie Spooner, Consultant Paediatrician Mark Jones, Senator [Stuart] Syvret, David Powell, Paul Romeril, Thomas Hamon, Andrew Jervis-Dykes, Iris Le Feuvre, Attorney General William Bailhache, Simon Thomas of Baker and Partners, States of Jersey Chief Executive Bill Ogley, Mr Tapp, Chief Minister Senator Frank Walker, Gordon Wateridge, Michael Aubin, Claude Donnelly, Commissioner Sir Christopher Pitchers, Senator [Ben] Shenton, Raymond Alexander, Advocate Stephen Baker, John Edmonds, Leonard Vandenborn, Leslie Hughes, Alan Maguire, Jane Maguire, Ian Christmas, Jimmy Savile, Morag Jordan, Tony Jordan, Timothy Le Cocq, William Redgrave and Phil Dennett. Mentions Guernsey, the Isle of Man, Gibraltar, France, Victoria Tower, houseparents of a Family Group Home, Haut de la Garenne staff, and other individuals alleged to have committed acts of child neglect or abuse. Comments on child abuse and neglect, and other child protection matters. For Exhibits referenced, see C/D/AW4/A5/3/WD008688/1 to C/D/AW4/A5/3/WD008688/52 (Exhibits AF1 to AF52 inclusive).
Names Association of Chief Police Officers
Brook Centre
British Broadcasting Corporation
Children's Services
Court of Appeal
Children's Services
Crime Services
Department of Education
Criminal Investigation Department
Crown Prosecution Service
Eversheds Sutherland
Family Protection Unit
Greater Manchester Police
Health and Social Services
Health and Social Services Department
Haut de la Garenne
Honorary Police
Housing Department
Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary
Home Office Large Major Enquiries System
Home Affairs
Intelligence Department
Jersey Care Leavers' Association
Jersey Child Protection Committee
Jersey Sea Cadets
Law Officers' Department
La Chasse Centre
Lothian and Borders Police
Mountain Healthcare
Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub
Metropolitan Police Service
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
Operation Haven
Operation Hydrant
Operation Whistle
Operation Rectangle
Panorama (Television programme)
Probation and After Care Service
Police National Information and Co-ordination Centre
Public Protection Unit
St John Ambulance
Safeguarding Partnership Board
Strathclyde Police
States of Jersey Police
States of Jersey
Social Services
Social Security Department
Victoria College
Wiltshire Police
Alexander, Raymond
Aubin, Michael
Bonjour, André Paolo
Baker, Stephen
Baker, Andy
Bray, Keith
Baudains, Marnie
Bailhache, William
Carter, Brian
Coxshall, Emma, Detective Constable
Cornelissen, Anton
Castledine, David
Christmas, Ian
Dodds, Linda
Donnelly, Claude James
du Val, Shaun
De La Haye, John
Dennett, Phil
Edmonds, John Henry
Fossey, Alison
Faudemer, Barry
Gay, Alan
Gull, Stewart
Gradwell, Michael, Detective Superintendent
Harper, Lenny
Hughes, Leslie
Hamon, Thomas
Harrison, Anne
Hewlett, Peter
Hart, Rachel, Detective Constable
Jordan, Tony
Jones, Mark, Dr
Jervis-Dykes, Andrew
Jordan, Morag
Kemp, Paul
Kitchen, Gary, Civilian Investigator
Le Feuvre, Iris
Le Feuvre, Jane
Le Cocq, Tim
Le Sueur, Tony
Lang, Lynn, Detective Constable
Minty, David
Malpass, Dr
Moody, John
Martins, Emma
Marshall, David
Mundy, Karen
Maguire, Alan
Maguire, Jane
McVay, Steve
Nicolle, Stéphanie
O'Donnell, Sarah
Ogley, Bill
Powell, David
Pearson, John
Pitchers, Sir Christopher
Power, Graham
Redgrave, William
Romeril, Paul
Shenton, Ben
Shaw, Bridget
Syvret, Stuart
Savile, Jimmy
Syvret, Stuart
Smith, Andrew, Detective Sergeant
Tattersall, Andrew
Thomas, Simon
Tapp, Mr
Tinari, Tanja
Vandenborn, Leonard Miles
Wherry, Danny
Walker, Frank
Williamson, Andrew
Warcup, David
Wyre, Ray
Wateridge, Gordon
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Digital copy of Alison Fossey’s first statement to the Inquiry providing an account of her experiences working in the States of Jersey Police, particularly regarding her experiences of child protection matters in Jersey and her role in the commencement and management of Operation Rectangle. [Some details redacted].


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