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Regarding allegations made by Leslie Jones, father of Richard Jones [Deceased 63] and Trevor Hicks, father of Victoria Hicks [Deceased 89] and Sarah Hicks [Deceased 64], relating to events preceding, during and immediately following the disaster; This is the transcript for the interview taken by West Midlands Police as part of the disciplinary and criminal investigations against Superintendent Roger Greenwood, South Yorkshire Police. It was included in the report submitted to the Director of Public Prosecutions as Appendix C, Part VII (Pages 1357 - 1389); The specific allegations made against Superintendent Roger Greenwood are: 1. He failed to prevent a dangerous build up of supporters outside the Leppings Lane turnstiles; 2. He failed to control the movement of supporters subsequent to the opening of Exit Gate C; 3. He failed to send police officers to the rear of Pens 3 and 4 of the West Stand terraces to relieve pressure when he was in control of this area and knew Exit Gate C had been opened to allow supporters in; 4. He failed to carry out his assigned duty by placing himself by the player's tunnel. He should have been aware of the dangerous situation using his radio and his eyes and controlled police officers accordingly; 5.He failed to give instructions to police officers to monitor the Pens in the West Stand terraces for overcrowding in relation to crowd safety at his briefings; 6. He failed to respond to the 'developing tragedy' and was slow to effect a rescue operation; 7. He was 'totally ineffective' in mounting a rescue and made no attempt to organise police officers in a way that would have helped bring about a successful rescue operation; (Pages 1 - 7) Transcript of criminal interview; (Pages 8 - 15) Transcript of disciplinary interview; (Pages 16 - 36) Written submission [statement] by Superintendent Roger Greenwood. Original Statement number S9A. ... more
Regarding allegations made by Trevor Hicks, father of Victoria Hicks [Deceased 89] and Sarah Hicks [Deceased 64], that he failed to take control of the disaster and may have colluded with Superintendent David Duckenfield in misleading people over the opening of Exit Gate C; This is the transcript for the interview taken by West Midlands Police as part of the disciplinary and criminal investigations against Assistant Chief Constable Walter Jackson, South Yorkshire Police. It was included in the report submitted to the Director of Public Prosecutions as Appendix C, Part VII (Pages 1129 - 1356); The specific allegations made against Assistant Chief Constable Walter Jackson are: 1. He failed to take control of the disaster; 2. He may have colluded with Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield, South Yorkshire Police, to mislead the public and senior police officers in respect of the opening of Exit Gate C; (Pages 1 - 224) Transcript of criminal interview; (Pages 225 - 229) Transcript of disciplinary interview. ... more
Consists of actions (handwritten notes) to be taken by officers and summary of video tapes 1-1 and 1-2 to ascertain whether Sheffield Wednesday Football Club stewards were involved in controlling the crowds in the West Stand terraces at the 1988 FA Cup Semi Final. ... more
Letter dated 26 June 1990 form Mr J L Goddard, F8 Division, Home Office to Mr Addison, Miss Edwards, Mrs Catto. Mr Cogbill and Mr Bolton requesting briefing for meeting with ACPO; Letter from Mr Anderton, Chief Constable Greater Manchester Police, agreeing to a meeting between Home Office, Lord Ferrers and ACPO to discuss progress made by the Police Service in the implementation of the recommendations made by the Taylor Report ... more