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Digital copy of Exhibit MB56: E-mail correspondence between David Minty and Alison Fossey on the subject of Briefing Paper - CP [Child Protection] Inquiry3; Briefing Paper - Child Protection Policies and Procedures; Appendices A to C; Minutes of the Home Affairs Ministers' Meeting dated 13 June 2007; and Child Protection Strategic Assessment. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Marnie Baudains' second Witness Statement to the Inquiry, dated 3 February 2016, [C/D/AW2/B3/24/WS000707]. For Marnie Baudains' Witness Statements to the Inquiry, see C/D/AW4/B3/24.
June 13th 2007 - June 13th 2007
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1. E-mail correspondence between David Minty and Alison Fossey dated 11 September 2007 on the subject of Briefing Paper - CP [Child Protection] Inquiry3. 2. Briefing Paper - Child Protection Policies and Procedures. Contains Introduction, ACPO [Association of Chief Police Officers] Guidance on Investigating Child Abuse and Safeguarding Children 2005, Force Policy, Training Programmme/Interview skills, Effective Supervision, Information Sharing, HMI [Her Majesty's Inspectorate] Minimum Standards, and Conclusion. 3. Appendix A. List of some serious child abuse cases before the courts [in Jersey] during 2006 and 2007, noting sentences received. Refers to Thomas Hamon, Paul Romeril, Powell, and others. 4. Appendix B. Executive Strategy Group Paper by the Detective Inspector of Public Protection (Policy and Doctrine). Contains Introduction, Background, Proposals, Consultation, Human Resources and Training, Marketing, Legal Implications, Other Resource Implications, Financial Implications, Options for Joint Working, Diversity Issues, and Recommendations. Refers to A [Andre] Bonjour, Chief Inspector (Community Safety). 5. Appendix C. Executive Strategy Group Paper by the Detective Inspector of RIT/FPT Proposal [Reactive Investigation Team]/[Family Protection Team]. Contains Introduction, Background, Proposals, Consultation, Human Resources and Training, Marketing, Legal Implications, Other Resource Implications, Financial Implications, Options for Joint Working, Diversity Issues, and Recommendations. Names Detective Chief Inspector A [Andre] Bonjour. 6. Minutes of a Home Affairs Ministers' Meeting dated 13 June 2007. Refers to agreement to change the name of the Family Protection Team to the Public Protection Unit, and to change the Detective Inspector post within the Unit to a permenant position. 7. Child Protection Stategic Assessment. Refers to current picture, trends and future issues, intelligence priorities, enforcement priorities, and prevention priorities. [For a copy of this E-mail correspondence and attachments, see C/D/AW2/A7/31/WD006279, Exhibit MB27: C/D/AW2/A7/31/WD005620, and Exhibit MB27: C/D/AW2/A7/31/WD007098/27].
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