Includes papers connected to the Scrutiny e.g. bills, updates on progress and outlines of the purpose of the Scrutiny.
Hillsborough Stadium Disaster criminal investigation: complains made against Superintendent Marshall; possible disciplinary action must wait until criminal investigation completed
Proposed interview of Superintendent Marshall by West Yorkshire Police: status of evidence gathered in a criminal investigation; public interest immunity
Includes letter from Police Complaints Authority explaining decision regarding disciplinary action against the South Yorkshire Police Officers (7 May 1991) with response from Chief Constable Leslie Sh ... more
Correspondence between South Yorkshire Police, West Midlands Police, HM Coroner (South Yorkshire: West District), Families of the deceased, Crown Prosecution Service, Hillsborough Family Support Group ... more
Papers regarding the disaster including correspondence regarding donations to the Hillsborough Disaster Appeal by other Council's and individuals and funding of West Midlands Police's Inquiry, Interna ... more
File labelled "Home Office Operational Policing Policy Unit"; Includes the following items: Letter from Hammond Suddards to the Stuart-Smith Scrutiny regarding the disclosure of [South Yorkshire Polic ... more
Correspondence is with victims' relatives, members of the Public, South Yorkshire Police, the Home Office, Attorney General's Office etc
Notes of meeting in Manchester addressed by B Hytner QC, Mr T King, Ms E Steel and Mr M Humphreys: Resumed Inquest; Hillsborough Disaster; Covering letter to Trevor Hicks from Hillsborough Steering Co ... more
Following South Yorkshire Police Authority's decision to cease financial assistance for Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield and Superintendent Bernard Murray.
Includes: Correspondence from the Social Services Inspectorate Y&H region to Chief Inspector Social Services regarding the initial responses following the disaster. Minutes of meeting between senior S ... more
Challenging Director of Public Prosecutions' decision that there was insufficient evidence to prosecute anyone following the Hillsborough Stadium Disaster