Comments

Digital copy of Exhibit WO17: Newscutting of a report by Diane Simon in the Jersey Evening Post titled The police chief and the senior politicians. Used as evidence in relation to William Ogley's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 18 January 2016 [C/D/AW4/B2/33/WS000703].

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Reference

C/D/AW4/A5/36/WD009083/17

Date

February 11th 2010 - February 11th 2010

Scope and Content

Refers to a sworn affidavit by Graham Power released by Deputy Bob Hill 12 days before an in-camera debate of the States Assembly on Deputy Hill's proposition to set up a committee of inquiry into the manner in which police chief Graham Power was suspended. Refers to allegations by Mr Power that he clashed with senior government figures over the way the historical child abuse inquiry was being run. Includes comments about a number of remarks by Mr Power in his affidavit relating to the police's role, Senator Stuart Syvret, Bill Ogley, Andrew Lewis and Wendy Kinnard.

Names

Crich, Ian
Harper, Lenny
Hill, Bob, Deputy
Kinnard, Wendy, Senator
Le Sueur, Terry
Lewis, Andrew, Deputy
McKeon, Tom
Ogley, Bill
Pollard, Mike
Power, Graham
Simon, Diane
Syvret, Stuart, Senator
Walker, Frank, Senator
Warcup, David
Association of Chief Police Officers
Corporate Management Board
Health and Social Services
Home Affairs
Jersey Evening Post
Jersey Child Protection Committee
Royal Court
States of Jersey Police

Keywords

St Paul's Centre | allegations | affidavits | child abuse | child protection | childcare | Children | children's services | civil servants | debates | deputies | E-mail | evidence | exhibits | health | IJCI | meetings | ministers | newscuttings | Newspapers | Politicians | reports | senators | suspensions

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

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Closed until

2100

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