Comments

Digital copy of Email correspondence relating to disciplinary investigations concerning officers in the States of Jersey Police including André Bonjour. [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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Reference

C/D/AW4/A5/1/WD008026

Date

December 2nd 2008 - December 3rd 2008

Scope and Content

Refers disciplinary investigations being conducted in respect of officers at the States of Jersey Police. Includes comments about: an investigation by Detective Chief Inspector Tim Nunn of Sussex [Police] into the leak of a memo by [Lenny] Harper; an investigation by Devon and Cornwall [Police] into a complaint by Roy Boschat relating to LH [Lenny Harper]; an investigation by South Yorkshire [Police] into a complaint about alleged inaction by André Bonjour in respect of a report recommending an enquiry into activities at Haut de la Garenne; and an enquiry into Graham Power due to be embarked upon by Wiltshire [Police].

Names

Bailhache, William
Baker, Stephen
Bonjour, André Paolo
Boschat, Roy
Edmonds, John Henry
Fossey, Alison
Gradwell, Michael Graham
Harper, Lenny
Nunn, Tim, Detective Chief Inspector
Power, Graham
Thomas, Simon
Warcup, David
BakerPlatt
Devon and Cornwall Police
Haut de la Garenne
Law Officers' Department
South Yorkshire Police
States of Jersey Police
Sussex Police

Keywords

Cornwall | Devon | Haut de la Garenne | Morier House | South Yorkshire | Sussex | abuse | child abuse | Children | child protection | Correspondence | corruption | crime | Detective Inspectors | discipline | disciplinary procedures | E-mail | evidence | inquiries | investigations | memoranda | IJCI | Police | sexual abuse | witnesses

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

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