Digital copy of Exhibit JP3: André Bonjour's Witness Statement to the Inquiry providing an account of his experience as a serving Police Officer with the States of Jersey Police between 1981 and 2013, particularly in respect of his role as Head of Crime Services and an investigation conducted by the South Yorkshire Police. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to John Pearson's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 1 December 2015 [C/D/AW4/B1/4/WS000685].

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October 5th 2015 - October 5th 2015

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Provides background information including an overview of his career and involvement with the States of Jersey Police, including his time as Head of Crime Services until May 2007. Includes comments about the structure of management of Crime Services and information about the PPU (Public Protection Unit/Family Protection Team), including comments about funding and resourcing of the PPU. Refers to the expansion of the PPU team, sets out details of training given to PPU officers and describes the extent to which the PPU worked with external agencies. Includes comments about concerns raised by Alison Fossey regarding Children's Services. Includes remarks about the broader police force and the justice system, referring to the honorary police and impartiality. Comments on investigations relating to his conduct, referring to the Thomas Hamon investigation and subsequent report by Detective Inspector Hewlett and the John de la Haye investigation. Comments on the South Yorkshire Police investigation into allegations concerning his conduct during these investigations, responding to comments about him made in witness statements taken from Detective Constable Brian Carter, Peter Hewlett, John Pearson, Alison Fossey and Lenny Harper during this investigation. Also includes comments about the South Yorkshire Police Report and the consequences of the South Yorkshire Police investigation. Also includes comments about Operation Rectangle, evidence given to the Inquiry by Lenny Harper and finishes with reflections for the Inquiry in respect of recommendations or comments for consideration.


Bailhache, William
Baudains, Marnie
Béghin, Louis
Bonjour, André Paolo
Carter, Brian
Chapman, Jessica
De La Haye, John
du Val, Shaun
Every, Paul
Fossey, Alison
Hamon, Thomas
Harper, Lenny
Hewlett, Peter
Kinnard, Wendy, Senator
Le Sueur, Tony
Megaw, Steve
Nicolle, Stéphanie
Pearson, John
Powell, David
Power, Graham
Romeril, Paul
Shaw, Bridget
Syvret, Stuart
Warcup, David
Wells, Holly
Wherry, Danny
Association of Chief Police Officers
Children's Services
Criminal Investigation Department
Crime Management
Criminal Justice Unit
Durham Constabulary
Education Department
Family Protection Team
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Haut de la Garenne
Home Affairs
International Monetary Fund
Jersey Child Protection Committee
Jersey Sea Cadets
Joint Financial Crimes Unit
Joint Intelligence Bureau
Law Officers' Department
Metropolitan Police Service
National Crime Squad
Operation Ore
Operation Rectangle
Public Protection Unit
Police Staff College, Bramshill
Proactive Investigation Team
Probation Service
Reactive Investigation Team
Scenes of Crime Unit
South Yorkshire Police
Special Branch
St John Ambulance
States of Jersey Police
The Bridge Child and Family Centre
Youth Action Team


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