Part I contains an introduction by Chief Constable Geoffrey Dear, West Midlands Police, and presents the evidence of a cross section of people who are connected to Sheffield Wednesday Football Club; (Document pages 1 - 5) Document 1: Internal Communication by Sheffield Wednesday Football Club, Instructions for match day staff, provides instructions for Gatemen/ Turnstile Operators, Stewards and details the emergency evacuation procedure, 8 June 1988; (Document pages 6 - 12) Document 2: Letter from Hill Dickinson and Co Solicitors, to R. M. Whalley, Secretary to the Inquiry into the Hillsborough Disaster enclosing the Hillsborough West Stand Stewards' Committee Submission to the Football Supporters Association Report to the Inquiry, 6 July 1989; (Document pages 13 - 262) Document 3: The Association of Chief Police Officers' Inquiry into the Hillsborough Stadium Disaster: ACPO Submission to the Public Inquiry, Appendixes, Evidence, June 1989; (Document pages 263 - 265) Document 4: Outline of duties of police officers and stewards respecting crowd control of terracing at London First Division Football Grounds. Includes Arsenal, Charlton and Crystal Palace, Chelsea, Millwall. Queens Park Rangers, Tottenham Hotspur, Wimbledon and Wembley, [1989]; (Document pages 266 - 267) Document 5: Crown Prosecution Service memorandum advising no further action against Turnstile Operator, following allegation of theft, 31 May 1989; (Document pages 268 - 304) Documents 6 - 42: A4 plans of the Hillsborough Football Ground marking location of witnesses, some are annotated, 1989; (Document pages 305 - 306) Document 43: Leaflet 'Management Information: Safety of Sports Grounds: Use and training of stewards Sheffield Wednesday Football Club' [produced by Sheffield Wednesday Football Club, regarding Management and Information on Stewards duties, Undated.

Unique ID: SYP000038690001
Contributor reference: WMP/1/4
Date(s): 1990
Name(s) of the deceased:
Person(s) involved: Chief Constable Geoffrey Dear; Deputy Chief Constable Peter Hayes; Mr Jim Howe; Assistant Chief Constable Walter Jackson; Assistant Chief Constable Moore; Mr Don Page; Deputy Chief Constable David Phillips; Dr Stefan Popper - Coroner; Dr Iain West; Inspector Harry White; and Chief Constable Peter Wright.
Organisation(s) involved: Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO); Crown Prosecution Service (CPS); Department of the Environment; Devon and Cornwall Constabulary; Football Association; Football Supporters Association; Health and Safety Executive; Home Office; Merseyside Police; Nottingham Forest Football Club; Officers' Working Party, Sheffield District; Sheffield Wednesday Football Club; South Yorkshire County Fire Service; South Yorkshire Police; South Yorkshire Police Authority; Taylor Inquiry; The Sun; and West Midlands Police.
Contributor: South Yorkshire Police (SYP)
Folder title: West Midlands Police records deposited with South Yorkshire Police
Sub-folder title: Report to the Director of Public Prosecutions: Parts I - VI: The Report and Evidence
Original format: Paper;Photocopy