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Digital copy of Articles by Michael Morris in the Jersey Evening Post relating to the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry titled Senior figures called to child abuse inquiry; Police 'in cover-up bid' over abuse claims against teacher; and Ex-deputy police chief 'was a bully'.
October 21st 2015 - October 21st 2015
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• Senior figures called to child abuse inquiry / Inquiry calls for leading Islanders. Relates to a number of prominent figures in Jersey being called to give evidence to the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry, including: Andrew Lewis, Bill Ogley, Graham Power, Ian Le Marquand, Frank Walker, Wendy Kinnard, Lenny Harper, William Bailhache and Bob Hill. Also refers to evidence from Anton Cornelissen including allegations that several officers within the States of Jersey Police attempted to cover up abuse allegations made against former Victoria College teacher Andrew Jervis-Dykes in the 1990s. Includes comments by Patrick Sadd outlining the new phase of the Inquiry. • Police 'in cover-up bid' over abuse claims against teacher. Outlines allegations made by Anton Cornelissen in his evidence to the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry that he was hampered by several members of the States of Jersey Police in relation to his investigation into allegations of abuse made against Andrew Jervis-Dykes. Also details allegations concerning the actions of John Le Breton and Roger Pryke during the course of the investigation. • Ex-deputy police chief 'was a bully'. Details allegations made by Anton Cornelissen in his evidence to the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry that Lenny Harper was a bully and made a mockery of the police during Operation Rectangle, remarking on Mr Harper's conduct and actions during the investigation particularly in relation to his handling of the media. Also includes article by Christine Herbert titled Women in top roles still a minority, says report / Women in senior roles still a minority, says report and the following news in brief: • Incinerator to be closed for maintenance. • Court fine limit raised to £10,000. • Child allowance change impact.
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