This file includes the following items: Correspondence between Helen Jackson MP, Hillsborough, South Yorkshire Police Authority and Assistant Chief Constable Ian Daines, South Yorkshire Police regarding the funding of legal costs of Private Prosecutions of Duckenfield and Murray and letter received from a member of the public, December 1998 - February 1999. Correspondence between Sheffield City Council and Granada, Internal memorandums and correspondence from South Yorkshire Police, South Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance and Paramedic Service and Sheffield Wednesday Football Club relating to the production of the Granada Docu-Drama. Including: requests for use of the council crest for recreating the Coroner's Court, the accuracy of the programme, article by Jimmy McGovern in The Observer 9 June 1996, with responses, Memorandums to chief officers regarding co-operation and approaches by Granada in the making of the programme, requests by Granada for Radio Sheffield tapes and videos of the Taylor Inquiry and Coroner's Inquest held at Sheffield Archive, approaches by Granada to talk to Sheffield City Council employees, 1995 - 1996. Notes on comments of Yorkshire Television interview with Brian Clough, December 1994. Notes on conversation concerning Channel 4 "Dispatches", October 1994. Notes on "Grounds on which substantive relief is sought". Memorandums passing on thanks from Chris Dorries to staff who worked on the Judicial Review, November 1993. Copy of letter from Head of Administration and Legal Department to Verbatim Reporters requesting copies of transcript of judgement of the Judicial Review, November 1993. Memorandum from Assistant Head of [Administration and Legal Department] to Principle Solicitor, Sheffield City Council concerning the policy of releasing post mortem photographs in regards to the Judicial Review, September 1993. Article from New Law Journal, 1993.
|Name(s) of the deceased:||Ian Thomas Glover.|
|Person(s) involved:||Inspector Clive Calvert; Mr Steve Clark; Assistant Chief Constable Ian Daines; Chief Constable Geoffrey Dear; Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield; Dr Wilfred Eastwood; Station Officer Patrick Higgins; Mr Jim Howe; Assistant Chief Constable Walter Jackson; Assistant Chief Constable Mervyn Jones; Professor Stephen Jones; Professor Alan Wayne Jones; Police Constable Lang; Mr Graham Mackrell; Chief Superintendent Brian Mole; Superintendent Bernard Murray; Mr Don Page; Deputy Chief Constable David Phillips; Chief Constable Leslie Sharp; Police Constable Peter Smith; Mr Jack Straw MP - Home Secretary; Lord Justice Murray Stuart-Smith; Lord Justice Peter Taylor; Dr Ed Walker; Chief Constable Richard Wells; Dr Iain West; and Inspector Harry White.|
|Organisation(s) involved:||Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO); BBC; British Medical Journal; Crown Prosecution Service (CPS); Football Association; Hillsborough Family Support Group; Home Office; Northern General Hospital; Nottingham Forest Football Club; Police Complaints Authority; Police Federation, South Yorkshire branch; Sheffield City Council; Sheffield Wednesday Football Club; South Yorkshire County Fire Service; South Yorkshire Metropolitan Ambulance Service; South Yorkshire Coroner, West District; South Yorkshire Police; South Yorkshire Police Authority; Taylor Inquiry; The Observer; The Times; West Midlands Police; and West Yorkshire Coroner, Western Disrict.|
|Contributor:||Sheffield City Council (SCC)|
|Folder title:||Legal Services Department (Relating to the Hillsborough Disaster)|
|Sub-folder title:||Correspondence Files|