Comments

Digital copy of Exhibit EC13: E-mail correspondence between David Minty and Alison Fossey on the subject of Briefing Paper - CP [Child Protection] Inquiry3; Briefing Paper - Child Protection Policies and Procedures; Appendices A to C; and Child Protection Strategic Assessment. [Undated, c. 2000 to 2014]. [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.

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Reference

C/D/AW4/A5/13/WD008326/10

Date

September 11th 2007 - September 11th 2007

Scope and Content

1. E-mail correspondence between David Minty and Alison Fossey dated 11 September 2007 on the subject of Briefing Paper - CP [Child Protection] Inquiry3. 2. Briefing Paper - Child Protection Policies and Procedures. Contains Introduction, ACPO [Association of Chief Police Officers] Guidance on Investigating Child Abuse and Safeguarding Children 2005, Force Policy, Training Programmme/Interview skills, Effective Supervision, Information Sharing, HMI [Her Majesty's Inspectorate] Minimum Standards, and Conclusion. 3. Appendix A. List of some serious child abuse cases before the courts [in Jersey] during 2006 and 2007, noting sentences received. Refers to Thomas Hamon, Paul Romeril, David Powell, and others. 4. Appendix B. Executive Strategy Group Paper by the Detective Inspector of Public Protection (Policy and Doctrine). Contains Introduction, Background, Proposals, Consultation, Human Resources and Training, Marketing, Legal Implications, Other Resource Implications, Financial Implications, Options for Joint Working, Diversity Issues, and Recommendations. Refers to A [Andre] Bonjour, Chief Inspector (Community Safety). 5. Appendix C. Executive Strategy Group Paper by the Detective Inspector of RIT/FPT Proposal [Reactive Investigation Team]/[Family Protection Team]. Contains Introduction, Background, Proposals, Consultation, Human Resources and Training, Marketing, Legal Implications, Other Resource Implications, Financial Implications, Options for Joint Working, Diversity Issues, and Recommendations. Names Detective Chief Inspector A [Andre] Bonjour. 6. Child Protection Stategic Assessment. Refers to current picture, trends and future issues, intelligence priorities, enforcement priorities, and prevention priorities.

Names

Association of Chief Police Officers
Criminal Investigation Department
Child Exploitation Online Protection Team
Children's Services
Domestic Violence Forum
Family Protection Team
Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary
Home Affairs
Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements
Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference Board
Joint Financial Crimes Unit
Joint Intelligence Bureau
Jersey Child Protection Committee
Operational Management Team
Probation and After Care Service
Public Protection Unit
Reactive Investigation Team
States of Jersey Police
States of Jersey
Social Services
Bonjour, André Paolo
Baudains, Marnie
Chapman, Jessica
Coxshall, Emma, Police Constable
Dubras, Maurice
Fossey, Alison
Hamon, Thomas
Le Sueur, Tony
Minty, David
Powell, David
Romeril, Paul
Wells, Holly

Keywords

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Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

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Closed until

2100

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