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Digital copy of Former Deputy Chief Officer of States of Jersey Police and former Head of Operations Lenny Harper's first witness statement to the Inquiry providing an account of employment with States of Jersey Police and his involvement with Operation Rectangle. [Some details redacted].
November 2nd 2014 - November 2nd 2014
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Provides details of previous employment, mentioning Metropolitan Police, Royal Ulster Constabulary, Criminal Investigation Departments in Soho and Peckham, and Strathclyde Police Force. Provides commentary on the conduct of States of Jersey Police, the judiciary in Jersey, corruption, investigations into historical child abuse, and the aftermath of Lenny Harper's involvement in Operation Rectangle. Refers to Jersey Home Affairs Committee, KGB, States of Jersey Police Family Protection Unit, Police Complaints Authority, States of Jersey, States of Jersey Police Public Protection Unit, Birmingham City Council, Children's Services, Social Services, Operation Ore, Jersey Sea Cadets, Victoria College, Haut de la Garenne, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Royal Navy, St Helier Yacht Club, St John Ambulance, South Yorkshire Police, Blanche Pierre Family Group Home, British Broadcasting Corporation's Panorama programme, Sky News, Overdale Hospital, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Education Department, National Policing Improvement Agency, Jersey Evening Post, ACPO Homicide Working Group, Jersey Care Leavers Association, Belfast Telegraph, Wiltshire Police, and Operation Haven. Names Alastair Layzell, Chief Officer of States of Jersey Police Graham Power, Head of Human Resources at States of Jersey Police Anne Sugden, Head of States of Jersey Police's Criminal Investigation Department John Pearson, States of Jersey Police Firearms Clerk Norman Woods, Home Affairs Minister Ian Le Marquand, former Honorary Police officer Roy Boshchat, States of Jersey Police Officer Sean Osmand, Attorney General William Bailhache, legal adviser Laurence O'Donnell, Deputy Sarah Ferguson, Deputy Colin Egray, lawyer Robin Morris, lawyer Bridget Shaw, convicted sexual offender Roger Holland, Data Protection Commissioner Emma Martins, Senator Wendy Kinnard, Senator Dick Shenton, Alan Maguire, Jane Maguire, Detective Inspector Alison Fossey, Paul Every of the Jersey Sea Cadets, Head of Criminal Investigation Department Andre Bonjour, Chief Minister Frank Walker, Jersey Sea Cadets administrator Trevor Raison, Mr Bonner, Sarah O'Donnell, Lieutenant Commander Bushell, Roger Pickton, [Andrew] Jervis-Dykes, Philip Bailhache, States of Jersey Police Officer Anton Cornelissen, Victoria College Headteacher Jack Hydes, Victoria College Head Teacher Piers Baker, States of Jersey Police Officer Roger Pryke, States of Jersey Police Officer John De La Haye, States of Jersey Police Officer Emma Coxshall, Chief Inspector Kevin McKerrell, Detective Sergeant Mike Shearer, Detective Inspector Barry Faudemer, former Haut de la Garenne member of staff Thomas Hamon, David Powell, [Paul] Romeril, former States of Jersey Police Officer Trevor Garrett, lawyer Timothy Hanson, David Warcup, States of Jersey Police Officer Peter Hewlett, MP John Hemming, Judge [David] Trott, legal adviser Ian Christmas, Advocate [Alan] Binnington, Robert Hall of the British Broadcasting Corporation, Detective Constable Kim Newth, Detective Constable Philip Holmes, convicted sexual offender Kevin Noel, Children's Officer Anton Skinner, Child Care Officer Richard Davenport, legal adviser Simon Thomas, Cyril Whelan, Stephen Baker, Head of Extradition at Criminal Prosecution Service in London Alison Riley, Senator Stuart Syvret, Chief Executive of the States of Jersey Bill Ogley, Head of Health and Social Services Mike Pollard, Rico Sorda, Neil McMurray, Special Branch Officer Nigel Gregory, Advocate [Philip] Sinel, Peter Lever, Trevor Pitman, Detective Constable Adele Moss, Police Constable Ingham, Assistant Pathologist Helen Goulding, Forensic Anthropologist Julie Roberts, Senior Pathologist Peter Southall, Detective Constable Moss, Registrar at Jersey Heritage Val Nelson, Senator [Ben] Shenton, Senator Jimmy Perchard, Forensic Archaeologist Professor Karl Harrison, Deputy Kevin Lewis, Diane Simon, Michael Gradwell, Professor Andrew Chamberlain, Danny Wherry, Anne Pryke, Andy Baker, Andrew Lewis, Louise Hubble, Mario Lundy, [Gordon] Claude Wateridge, Morag Jordan, Tony Jordan, Jimmy Savile, Edward Heath, Tim Allen, Accounts Officer Austin Vautier, Phil Dennett, States of Jersey Police Doctor Mandy Johnson, Centenier Danny Scaife, [Michael] Aubin, Louise Nibbs, Michael Birt, Sir Digby Jones, Deputy Kevin Lewis, Frank Beck, Richard Webster, and David Rose. For Exhibits referenced, see C/D/AW4/A5/22/WD005138 to C/D/AW4/A5/22/WD005185 (Exhibits LH1 to LH48 inclusive).
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