Comments

Digital copy of Exhibit TP18: Statement made by Graham Power, Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police at the request of Wiltshire [Police] Chief Constable Brian Moore, the investigating officer for Operation Haven, a disciplinary enquiry into the discharge of Mr Power's role as Chief Officer in relation to Operation Rectangle. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Trevor Pitman's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 11 November 2015 [C/D/AW4/B2/30/WS000654].

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Reference

C/D/AW4/A5/33/WD008379/18

Date

July 30th 2009 - July 30th 2009

Scope and Content

Provides details of Graham Power's career history, training courses undertaken, experience in the management of major incidents, major crime, competency issues relating to the [Police] Force, nature of the role of Chief Officer of Police in Jersey, accountability of the Chief Officer, the [Police] Force and its management processes, succession plans, Leonard Harper's background and experiences in the States [of Jersey] Police, handover to David Warcup and related issues, other matters relevant to the reliability of some witnesses, Operation Rectangle and its significance to the [Police] Force and to the Island, the standards the SOJP [States of Jersey Police] work to with particular reference to ACPO [Association of Chief Police Officers]/NPIA [National Policing Improvement Agency] guidance, the involvement of the ACPO [Association of Chief Police Officers] Homicide Working Group, comments in relation to the Metropolitan Police Serious Crime Review, Leonard Harper as Senior Investigating Officer, the strategic parameters for Operation Rectangle, the meeting structure between Graham Power and the Senior Investigating Officer, the management of the States of Jersey Police day to day business during Operation Rectangle, allegations made by Senator Stuart Syvret against the Attorney General and others, the relationship with the Attorney General and the Law Officer's Department, Operation Rectangle as a critical incident, the role of the Gold Group, the Independent Advisory Group and related issues, financial management, media management - general, issues concerning the first find, some brief issues on media lines, putting the record straight in July 2008, and the build up to the events of 12 November 2008.

Names

Association of Chief Police Officers
Association of Chief Police Officers Homicide Working Group
Blanche Pierre Family Group Home
British Broadcasting Corporation
Criminal Investigation Department
Council of Ministers
Corporate Management Board
Cleveland Police
Commodore Clipper (Ship)
Chief Minister's Department
Council of Ministers
Devon and Cornwall Police
Eton College
Education Department
Family Protection Unit
Financial Oversight Board
Health and Social Services
Haut de la Garenne
Home Affairs
Honorary Police
Home Affairs Committee
Home Office Large Major Enquiries System
Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary
Jersey Child Protection Committee
Jersey Appointments Commission
Jersey Sea Cadets
Lothian and Borders Police
Law Officers' Department
Middlesbrough Borough Police
Metropolitan Police Service
National Policing Improvement Agency
North Yorkshire Police
Northumbria Police
Operation Rectangle
Operation Haven
Operation Adrian
Police Staff College, Bramshill
Police Complaints Authority
Public Protection Unit
Queen's College, Oxford
Royal Court
Radisson Hotel
Rotary Club of Jersey
States Employment Board
States of Jersey
States of Jersey Police
South Yorkshire Police
Sky News
Wiltshire Police
Victoria College
Austin-Vautier, Steven
Bailhache, William
Baker, André
Baker, Stephen
Birt, Michael
Black, Ian
Bonjour, André Paolo
Bonné, Wayne, Superintendent
Borney, Chris
Boschat, Roy
Brain, Timothy, Dr
Bray, Keith
Britton, Terrence
Britton, Peter
Clothier, Sir Cecil
Coupland, Victoria Tansy
Crich, Ian
du Val, Shaun
Dunwell-Smith, Police Constable
Edmonds, John Henry
Edward VII
Egre, Colin
Ferguson, Sarah, Senator
Fossey, Alison
Garett, Trevor
Gradwell, Michael, Detective Superintendent
Harper, Lenny
Jones, Roly
Journeaux, Louise
Kinnard, Wendy
L'Amy, Malcolm
Labey, Carolyn
Lakeman, Christopher
Langtry, Lillie
Lawrence, Stephen
Layzell, Alastair, Deputy
Lewis, Andrew, Deputy
Lundy, Mario
MacRae, Robert, Advocate
Maguire, Alan
Maguire, Jane
Mauger, Mrs
Middleton, Liz
Minty, David
Moore, Brian
Nicolle, Stéphanie
O'Donnell, Lawrence
Ogley, Bill
Pearson, John
Perchard, Jim, Senator
Philips, Jeremy
Pitman, Trevor, Deputy
Power, Graham
Rose, David
Sculthorpe, John
Shaw, Bridget
Shenton, Ben
Shipman, Harold
Sweeting, Bryan
Syvret, Stuart
Tapp, Matt
Thomas, Simon
Vibert, Mike
Walker, Frank
Warcup, David
Wateridge, Gordon
Webster, Liz
Wells, Phil
Whelan, Cyril
Yates, Silva, Constable of St Martin

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Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

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