Part VII is the Report to the Director of Public Prosecutions; (Report pages 166 - 171) The Introduction; (Report pages 172 - 178) Complaints against South Yorkshire Police and Objective of the submission; (Report pages 179 - 181) Format of the submission; (Report pages 181- 185) Other considerations; (Report pages 186 - 187) Civil proceedings; (Report pages 187 - 207) Key issues or "causes"; (Report page 207) Interim conclusions; (Report pages 207 -310) Individual culpability; (Report pages 208 - 215) Assistant Chief Constable (Operations) Walter Jackson, South Yorkshire Police; (Report pages 215 - 235) Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield, South Yorkshire Police; (Report pages 235 - 239) Superintendent Bernard Murray, South Yorkshire Police; (Report pages 239 - 245) Superintendent Roger Marshall, South Yorkshire Police; (Report pages 245 -250) Superintendent Roger Greenwood, South Yorkshire Police; (Report pages 251 - 257) Police Constable Peter Edward Smith, South Yorkshire Police; (Report pages 257 - 261) Police Constable David Illingworth, South Yorkshire Police; (Report pages 261 - 262) Interim conclusion; (Report pages 263 - 301) Sheffield Wednesday Football Club and Eastwood and Partners Consultants; (Report pages 302 - 310) Sheffield City Council ; (Report pages 310) Interim conclusions; (Report pages 315) Recommendations; (Report pages 319 - 344) Appendices; (Report pages 319 - 335) Appendix A Sequence of events from the year 1867 to 16:17 hours on the 15 April 1989; (Report pages 336 - 344) Appendix B Salmon Letters from David Brummell, Assistant Treasury Solicitor, The Treasury, London, to South Yorkshire Police, Sheffield Wednesday Football Club and Sheffield City Council, 9 May 1989. Includes letter from David Brummel to Assistant Chief Constable Melvyn Jones, West Midlands Police at Nechells Green Police Station, Birmingham, explaining that the Salmon Letters have been sent, 10 May 1989; Salmon letters were named after Lord Justice Salmon, following his Report of 1966 on Tribunals of Enquiry. They are warning letters to give fair notice to a witness in advance of publication of the final report of a public inquiry of any criticism of him that the report may contain.
|Name(s) of the deceased:||Raymond Thomas Chapman; and David George Rimmer.|
|Person(s) involved:||Mr David Brummel; Mr Kenny Dalglish; Chief Constable Geoffrey Dear; Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield; Dr Wilfred Eastwood; Superintendent Roger Greenwood; Mr Jim Howe; Assistant Chief Constable Walter Jackson; Assistant Chief Constable Mervyn Jones; Professor Stephen Jones; Professor Alan Wayne Jones; Mr Graham Mackrell; Superintendent Roger Marshall; Superintendent Bernard Murray; Mr Don Page; Police Constable Peter Smith; Lord Justice Peter Taylor; and Dr Iain West.|
|Organisation(s) involved:||Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO); BBC; Eastwood & Partners; Football Association; Hammond Suddards; Health and Safety Executive; Nottingham Forest Football Club; Officers' Working Party, Sheffield District; Police Complaints Authority; Safety of Sports Grounds Advisory Group; Sheffield City Council; Sheffield Wednesday Football Club; South Yorkshire County Council; South Yorkshire County Fire Service; South Yorkshire Coroner, West District; South Yorkshire Police; South Yorkshire Police Authority; St John Ambulance; Taylor Inquiry; 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|