Comments

Digital copy of a Newscutting of a feature in the Jersey Evening Post titled News Focus: Haut de la Garenne Aftermath. Undated, c. July 2010. For Frank Walker's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 6 January 2016, see C/D/AW4/B2/14/WS000697.

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Reference

C/D/AW4/A5/14/WD007997

Date

July 1st 2010 - July 31st 2010

Scope and Content

Includes an article by Andy Sibcy titled Police authority 'is vital' concerning a report by Wiltshire Police into the financial management of the historical abuse inquiry; an article by Diane Simon titled Officers' spending an 'abuse of trust' concerning comments by Frank Walker about the findings in the Wiltshire Report about the financial mismanagement of Operation Rectangle; an apology by the Minister for Home Affairs for past failures of the senior management of the senior management of the States of Jersey Police and for past ministerial failings; and an article titled Hill says Power is 'still entitled to have his day in court' concerning comments by Deputy Bob Hill about the Wiltshire Report and Graham Power.

Names

Breckon, Alan, Senator
Crowcroft, Simon, Constable of St Helier
Gradwell, Mick
Harper, Lenny
Hill, Bob, Deputy
Kinnard, Wendy
Le Marquand, Ian, Senator
Power, Graham
Sibcy, Andy
Simon, Diane
Walker, Frank
Warcup, David
Haut de la Garenne
Home Affairs
Jersey Evening Post
Metropolitan Police Service
Operation Blast
Operation Rectangle
States of Jersey
States of Jersey Police
Wiltshire Police

Keywords

Haut de la Garenne | apologies | articles | child abuse | data protection | deputies | evidence | finances | IJCI | investigations | interviews | management | ministers | newscuttings | Newspapers | Police | reports | reviews | senators | 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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