Includes: Copy of letter from Kenneth Clarke to the leader of Liverpool City Council regarding financial support for direct service provision and the proposed Regional Unit established to co-ordinate continued aftercare to those affected, June 1989. Letter from Geoffrey Howe to the Prime Minister regarding considerations of H Committee on football related issues, Sept 1989. Letter from St John Ambulance HQ to County Commissioner regarding First Aid medical arrangements at football grounds. Report of the "Medics at Hillsborough Working Party" (MAHWP) on the future provision of emergency services at football grounds. Article "Hillsborough and Working for Patients" by John Ashton, Senior Lecturer, department of Public Health. Also includes non-Hillsborough material, including joint guidance produced by the Department of the Environment and the Home Office "Control of Noisy Parties"

Unique ID: DOH000000020001
Contributor reference: CEZ 50/5 vol 1
Date(s): 01 June 1989
04 January 1994
Name(s) of the deceased:
Person(s) involved: Assistant Chief Constable Moore; Mr Colin Moynihan MP; Mr Don Page; Lord Justice Peter Taylor; Dr Iain West; and Inspector Harry White.
Organisation(s) involved: Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO); British Medical Journal; Cabinet Office; Department of the Environment; Football Association; Health and Safety Executive; Home Office; Liverpool City Council; Officers' Working Party, Sheffield District; South Yorkshire County Fire Service; South Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service; South Yorkshire Police Authority; St John Ambulance; Taylor Inquiry; and Trent Regional Health Authority.
Contributor: Health and social care organisations, various
Folder title: Emergency Preparedness Division
Sub-folder title: Civil Contingencies
Original format: Paper