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Digital copy of a Memorandum from the Solicitor General to Ian Crich concerning the Police Force (Jersey) Law 1974 in respect of disciplinary procedures relating to the Chief Police Officer. For Andrew Lewis's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 8 February 2016, see ZC/D/AW4/B2/4/WS000709.

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Reference ZC/D/AW4/A5/4/WD009129
Date 6 November 2008
Scope and Content Sets out advice regarding whether or not it would be possible for the Minister for Home Affairs to suspend the Chief Police Officer whilst the Chief Police Officer is absent from the island. Sets out details of the context of the question, including reference to a report prepared by the Metropolitan Police into aspects of the Historic Abuse Inquiry including the police handling of the investigation, and clarifies issues relating to the power of the Minister for Home Affairs under the Police Force (Jersey) Law 1974. Sets out details of the correct process regarding a decision to suspend the Chief Officer and outlines action to be taken by the Minister for Home Affairs in the interests of fairness to the Chief Police Officer if he were to be absent from the island on leave. Also sets out issues that would require stategic consideration were it necessary to take steps to suspend the Chief Police Officer, referring to the media reaction, current judicial proceedings against Mr [Jack] Straw and conditions attached to the suspension.
Names Crich, Ian
Le Cocq, Timothy
Lewis, Andrew, Deputy
Power, Graham
Roberts, Sylvia
Straw, Jack
Home Affairs
Metropolitan Police Service
Ministry of Justice
States of Jersey
States of Jersey Police
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Language English
Level of description File
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Digital copy of a Memorandum from the Solicitor General to Ian Crich concerning the Police Force (Jersey) Law 1974 in respect of disciplinary procedures relating to the Chief Police Officer. For Andrew Lewis's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 8 February 2016, see ZC/D/AW4/B2/4/WS000709.

ZC/D/AW4/A5/4/WD009129

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