Comments

Digital copy of Email Correspondence between Alison Fossey and André Bonjour regarding the workloads of staff at the States of Jersey Police, particularly in relation to the FPT [Family Protection Team]. For André Bonjour's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 5 October 2015, see C/D/AW4/B2/1/WS000642.

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Reference

C/D/AW4/A5/1/WD007122

Date

August 8th 2006 - August 8th 2006

Scope and Content

Main body consists of an email from André Bonjour to Alison Fossey sent at 09:58 on 8 August 2006. Refers to action being taken to alleviate pressures on the Family Protection Team, mentioning the appointment of Sergeant Smith, recruitment of an assistance for Brian Carter mentioning Nick Cunningham and Kim Bolton and remarks about the resourcing strength of other departments. Refers to the [David] Powell / [Paul] Romeril case, pressures on other departments including the RIT [Reactive Investigation Team], JFCU [Joint Financial Crimes Unit] and Drugs, and reference to probationers. Includes a response from Alison Fossey sent at 16:05 on 8 August 2006 acknowledging difficulties facing André Bonjour. [For the remainder of Alison Fossey's initial email in this correspondence chain, see C/D/AW4/A5/1/WD007746].

Names

Bolton, Kim
Bonjour, André Paolo
Carter, Brian
Cunningham, Nick
du Val, Shaun
Fossey, Alison
McKerrell, Kevin
Minty, David
Pearson, John
Powell, David
Romeril, Paul
Smith, Sergeant
Joint Financial Crimes Unit
Reactive Investigation Team
States of Jersey Police

Keywords

United Kingdom | abuse | allegations | Children | child abuse | child protection | children's homes | Correspondence | E-mail | evidence | Funding | inquiries | investigations | IJCI | Police | reports | resources | witnesses

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

PDF file - please click on the link to download

Closed until

2100

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