Comments

Digital copy of Exhibit EC4: Pages 22 to 30 of Lenny Harper's witness statement to the Inquiry. [Some details redacted]. Used in relation to Emma Coxshall's second Witness Statements to the Inquiry dated 19 October 2015 [C/D/AW4/B2/13/WS000650]. For Emma Coxshall's Witness Statements to the Inquiry dated September to October 2015 see C/D/AW4/B2/13.

View WD008326_1.pdf | Download WD008326_1.pdf

Reference

C/D/AW4/A5/13/WD008326/1

Date

September 8th 1997 - January 15th 1998

Scope and Content

Provides details of the relationship between the SOJP [States of Jersey Police] and other Government Departments including the Children's Service, Operation Ore and the Jersey Sea Cadets, Victoria College, and Other case reviews.

Names

Attorney General
Army Cadet Force
Children's Services
Family Protection Unit
Jersey Sea Cadets
Public Protection Unit
Operation Ore
Operation Rectangle
St Helier Yacht Club
States of Jersey Police
Social Services
Victoria College Board of Governors
Victoria College
Bonner, Mr
Bailhache, Philip
Bonjour, André Paolo
Bushell, Lieutenant Commander
Baker, Piers
Coxshall, Emma
Cornelissen, Anton
Every, Paul
Fossey, Alison
Faudemer, Barry
Garrett, Trevor
Harper, Lenny
Hamon, Thomas
Hydes, Jack
Jones, Roland
McKerrell, Kevin
O'Donnell, Sarah
O'Donnell, Laurence
Pryke, Roger, Detective Sergeant
Pickton, Roger
Power, Graham
Pearson, John
Raison, Trevor
Walker, Frank

Keywords

Attorneys General | abuse | assaults | arrests | allegations | child protection | children's services | Chief Minister | Children | Computers | children's services | childcare | crimes | child abuse | Detective Constables | exhibits | evidence | Government | interviews | IJCI | legal advice | Police | Navy | social services | statements | witness statements | 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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