Comments

Digital copy of the Submission of Michael Birt to the Committee of Inquiry into Honorary Police Election Procedures. [Some details redacted]. For Sir Michael Birt's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 30 November 2015, see C/D/AW4/B2/21/WS000680.

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Reference

C/D/AW4/A5/23/WD008135

Date

February 1st 2002 - February 28th 2002

Scope and Content

Submission covers two parts: Part 1 - The Holland Matter and Part 2 - General Procedures. Part 1 includes comments about the 1994 complaint against [Roger] Holland, new guidelines introduced in June 1995, Holland's re-election as a Constable's Officer in December 1995, the swearing in of Holland as Vingtenier in September 1997, the amendment of the June 1995 policy in November 1997, events of 1999, the original election of Holland in 1992, and a summary about the matter. Part 2 includes comments about general procedures.

Names

Bailhache, Philip
Birt, Sir Michael
Clarke, F P W, Constable of St Helier
Clothier, Sir Cecil
Davies, Centenier
Freeley, Patrick
Gallichan, Edward, Centenier
Holland, Roger
Le Breton, Robert
Mahé, Eric
McKerrell, Kevin
Pearce, Peter, Centenier
Rousseau, Wayne
Tomes, Vernon
Webb, Pam
Attorney General
Home Affairs Committee
Honorary Police
Law Officers' Department
Ogier and Le Cornu
Parish of St Helier
Pomme D'Or Hotel
Royal Court
States of Jersey Police

Keywords

St Helier | allegations | centeniers | chefs de police | child abuse | child protection | childcare | Children | Committees | committees of inquiry | complaints | constables officers | convictions | Elections | evidence | honorary police | IJCI | investigations | justice system | procedures | sexual abuse | statements | submissions | vingteniers | witness statements | witnesses

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

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Closed until

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