Digital copy of an Extract from an Email from Detective Inspector Alison Fossey, Public Protection, States of Jersey Police to André Bonjour regarding the workloads of staff at the States of Jersey Police, particularly in relation to the FPT [Family Protection Team]. [Some details redacted]. For André Bonjour's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 5 October 2015, see C/D/AW4/B2/1/WS000642.

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August 8th 2006 - August 8th 2006

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Outlines position regarding the workload and pressures on staff in the Family Protection Team, referring to review and prioritisation of case loads of officers and impact of situation of possible future prosecutions. Refers to stress of officers, referring to discussion with Mark Lamerton about possible assistance in terms of staff welfare, citing examples of members of her team appearing to struggle with the stress involved. Refers to resourcing issues and need for recognition from management that delays are inevitable, noting possible consequences when dealing with child protection matters. [For subsequent replies in this correspondence chain, see C/D/AW4/A5/1/WD007122].


Bonjour, André Paolo
Fossey, Alison
Lamerton, Mark
Public Protection Unit
States of Jersey Police


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


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