Comments

Digital copy of Documents regarding legal advice relating to allegations made against a number of individuals including Henri Le Luyer and Thomas Hamon. [Some details redacted].

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Reference

C/D/AW10/WD008727

Date

September 19th 2003 - September 30th 2013

Scope and Content

• Memorandum dated 19 June 2006 from Bridget Shaw, Legal Adviser to DS [Alison] Fossey and DC [Catherine] Davison detailing advice regarding allegations of indecent assault rape made against Henri Le Luyer. Provides details of allegations of indecent assault and rape made by two females against Henri Le Luyer, outlining advice regarding corroborative evidence, partial admission by Mr Le Luyer and strength of the complaints with regards to similarity and lack of collusion between witnesses. Outlines opinion that there is sufficient evidence to prosecute Mr Le Luyer and that it is in the public interest to prosecute him. Includes comments about Mr Le Luyer's fitness to stand trial. Advises that Mr Le Luyer is charged with indecent assault on diverse occasions and two counts of rape against one female and one count of indecent assault on diverse occasions against the second female. • Vetting and Advice dated 11 November 2003 by Advocate R G Morris, Legal Adviser. Relates to an individual charged with one count of indecent assault, noting his guilty to the charge. Provides details about the status of the accused and details regarding the evidence. Provides details about the case including the investigator, date of first charge, date of committal and defence advocate. • Documents relating to legal advice regarding an allegation of assault made by [a resident at Les Chênes Residential School] against [a member of staff at Les Chênes]. 1. Crime Report dated 2 October 2003 concerning an investigation into an allegation of common assault made by [a resident at Les Chênes Residential School] against [a member of staff at Les Chênes] on 12 September 2003. 2. Memorandum dated 19 September 2003 from P/Sgt [Police Sergeant] B T Brady to Legal Adviser. Details opinion that [the member of staff] with dealt with the situation involving [the complainant] in the correct manner. 3. Memorandum dated 29 September 2003 from Laurence O'Donnell to CJU [Criminal Justice Unit]. Includes comments about the complainant's character and conduct and states that there is no independent corroboration of any part of the allegations. Advises that he does not consider there is any prospect of conviction for a criminal offence against [the member of staff] in relation to his behaviour towards [the complainant]. • Extract from log entries dated 26 November 2010 to 12 January 2012 relating to offences of indecency committed by an individual in 2010. • Letter dated 30 September 2013 from John Edmonds, Director of the Criminal Division, Law Officers' Department to Inspector Mark Hafey, Public Protection Unit. Outlines legal advice relating to allegations of assault made against a former member of staff at Haut de la Garenne. Includes details of the allegations, noting absence of corroboration from persons who would be expected to be able to provide evidence regarding matters described. Details opinion that there is insufficient evidence to pursue the matter further. • Documents relating to legal advice regarding the prosecution of Thomas Hamon. 1. Fax Message dated 2 December 2005 from Advocate J C Gollop, Crills Advocates to Laurence O'Donnell, Legal Adviser to the Police regarding the committal hearing of Thomas Charles Hamon. 2. Letter dated 21 November 2005 from Laurence O'Donnell, Legal Adviser to the Police to Mr B Heath, Jersey Probation Service regarding the committal hearing of Thomas Charles Hamon. 3. Letter dated 21 November 2005 from Laurence O'Donnell, Legal Adviser to the Police to Advocate J Gollop, Crills regarding committals papers relating to the committal hearing of Thomas Charles Hamon. 4. Letter dated 21 November 2005 from Laurence O'Donnell, Legal Adviser to the Police to Centenier D Scaife, Charges Office regarding the committal hearing of Thomas Charles Hamon on 24 November 2005. Details opinion that there is evidence upon which Thomas Hamon can be committed for trial upon the existing charges. 5. Fax Message dated 4 November 2005 from Advocate J C Gollop, Crills Advocates to Crown Advocate T Le Cocq. Requests sight of his client's criminal record and any additional evidence available in relation to a previous charge of a similar nature on his record occurring 10 years ago. 6. Fax Message dated 4 November 2005 from Advocate J C Gollop, Crills Advocates to Laurence O'Donnell, Police Legal Adviser. Details queries relating to the prosecution of Thomas Hamon, and in particular the provision of various documents and clarification regarding certain matters. 7. Memorandum dated 27 October 2005 from the Honorary Police Administrator, Parish of St Helier to the Legal Advisers' Department regarding a request for a copy of a case report in relation to Thomas Hamon. 8. Letter dated 27 October 2005 from M Melvin, Greffier Substitute to the Legal Advisers' Department regarding a paper committal in respect of Thomas Charles Hamon. 9. Fax Message dated 27 October 2005 from Advocate J C Gollop, Crills Advocates to Laurence O'Donnell, Police Legal Adviser relating to the prosecution of Thomas Charles Hamon. Requests provision of a copy of Mr Hamon's complete criminal record and other documents relating to an earlier conviction. 10. Letter dated 23 September 2005 from Crills Advocates to Laurence O'Donnell, Police Legal Adviser enquiring whether a decision has been made to bring any charges against Thomas Hamon.

Names

Barker, Corin, Detective Constable
Bell, James
Blakeley, Olaf, Advocate
Brady, Brendan, Police Sergeant
Carter, Brian, Detective Constable
Davison, Catherine, Detective Constable
Edmonds, John
Fossey, Alison
Gollop, Julian, Advocate
Hafey, Mark
Hamon, Thomas Charles
Heath, Brian
Hill, Dave, Detective Sergeant
Lam, Rob
Langford, Steve, Inspector
Larbalestier, Vicki
Le Brocq, Philip
Le Chevalier, Alexandra, Detective Constable
Le Cocq, Timothy
Le Luyer, Henri
MacRae, Robert, Advocate
Melvin, M
Milner, Neil, Civilian Investigator
Morris, Robin, Advocate
O'Donnell, Laurence
Russell, Robert, Civilian Investigator
Scaife, Danny, Centenier
Shaw, Bridget
Welland, D, Civilian Investigator
Whelan, Cyril
Wright, Dilly
Baker and Partners
Bedell Cristin Advocates
Carey Olsen
Crills (Advocates)
Criminal Justice Unit
Housing Department
Law Officers' Department
Les Chênes Residential School
Lincoln Chambers
Magistrate's Court
Ogier and Le Masurier (advocates and solicitors)
Probation Service
Public Protection Unit
Royal Court
States of Jersey Police
Voisin Hunter Limited
Youth Court

Keywords

Cyril Le Marquand House | 13-15, Don Street | 44, Esplanade | Les Chênes, Five Oaks | Morier House | 2, Mulcaster Street | Rouge Bouillon | case conferences | child abuse | child protection | childcare | Children | children's services | Correspondence | E-mail | evidence | gross indecency | IJCI | indecent assault | law officers | legal advice | memoranda | Letters | notices | Orders | Police | policies | rape | sexual abuse | unlawful sexual intercourse

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Language

English

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