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Digital copy of a Letter from Graham Power to Attorney General [William Bailhache] concerning legislation in relation to complaints against senior police officers. [Some details redacted].

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Reference ZC/D/AW4/A2/24/WD008441
Date June 21st 2007
Scope and Content • Letter dated 21 June 2007 from Graham Power, Chief Officer, States of Jersey Police to W J Bailhache, Attorney General titled Complaints against Senior Police Officers. Copies sent to the Minister for Home Affairs, the Chairman of the Police Complaints Authority and the Deputy Minister for Home Affairs. Includes comments about an investigation relating to Mr Le Marchand, [Roy] Boschat and [Nigel] Gregory, reference to the background of the legislation and action taken by the Home Affairs Committee, and details of the normal procedures in such investigations. Includes comments about existing laws and regulations governing the conduct of senior police officers, referring to intention regarding there being separate regulations for the Chief Officer and the Deputy Chief Officer. Outlines a number of legal and practical issues of the case.
Names Bailhache, William
Boschat, Roy
Gregory, Nigel, Detective Constable
Harper, Lenny
Kinnard, Wendy, Senator
Le Marchand, P J, Detective Constable
Lewis, Andrew, Deputy
Power, Graham
Taylor family
Attorney General
Home Affairs
Home Affairs Committee
Law Officers' Department
Police Complaints Authority
States of Jersey
States of Jersey Police
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Language English
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Digital copy of a Letter from Graham Power to Attorney General [William Bailhache] concerning legislation in relation to complaints against senior police officers. [Some details redacted].

ZC/D/AW4/A2/24/WD008441

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