Includes: The Hillsborough Tribunal Brief for ACC [Assistant Chief Constable] by Superintendent Fell and correspondence from the Police Complaint Authority to Assistant Chief Constable G. Moore, West Yorkshire Police relating to disciplinary charges against South Yorkshire Police officers, May - June 1991; The Police (Discipline Regulations 1985) Proceedings directed against Chief Superintendent Duckenfield and Superintendent Murray [Advice from solicitor commenting on the Police Complaints Authority letter dated 30 September 1991 and Assistant Chief Constable's reply dated 1 October 1991]. With Notes on Disciplinary Charges Hillsborough, October 1991; Report by Superintendent A. Fell, South Yorkshire Police labelled "Problem preventing the progress of the Hillsborough Tribunal", October 1991; Newspaper cuttings and press releases (from Hillsborough Family Support Group, South Yorkshire Police, Police Complaints Authority) relating to the retirement of Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield and South Yorkshire Police's decision not to discipline, October 1991- January 1992; The Police (Discipline Regulations 1985) Proceedings directed against Chief Superintendent Duckenfield and Superintendent Murray [Advice from the Solicitor to the South Yorkshire Police Authority proceedings directed against Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield and Superintendent Bernard Murray], 1991; [Stephen Walker, Solicitor] Opinion regarding advice on the proposed disciplinary action against Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield and Superintendent Bernard Murray following recommendations by Police Complaints Authority, 1991; Typed notes relating to the case against Superintendent Murray, 1991; Home Office Guidance to Chief Officers on Police Complaints and Disciplinary Procedures, 1985 Edition. 1991;

Unique ID: SYP000094930001
Contributor reference: POL/22/3/1
Date(s): May 1991
to
January 1992
Name(s) of the deceased: Philip Hammond.
Person(s) involved: Assistant Chief Constable Stuart Anderson; Inspector John Bennett; Chief Inspector Robert Creaser; Chief Constable Geoffrey Dear; Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield; Superintendent Fell; Police Constable Philip Foster; Superintendent Roger Greenwood; Deputy Chief Constable Peter Hayes; Station Officer Patrick Higgins; Mr Jim Howe; Assistant Chief Constable Walter Jackson; Chief Constable Brian Johnson; Mr RC Johnson; Assistant Chief Constable Mervyn Jones; Professor Stephen Jones; Professor Alan Wayne Jones; Mr Graham Kelly; Mr Graham Mackrell; Superintendent Roger Marshall; Mr Bert McGee; Chief Superintendent Brian Mole; Assistant Chief Constable Moore; Superintendent Bernard Murray; Mr Don Page; Deputy Chief Constable David Phillips; Dr Frank Ryan; Chief Constable Leslie Sharp; Police Constable Peter Smith; Mr John Stalker; Lord Justice Peter Taylor; Dr Ed Walker; Chief Constable Richard Wells; Dr Iain West; Inspector Harry White; and Chief Constable Peter Wright.
Organisation(s) involved: Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO); BBC; Crown Prosecution Service (CPS); Devon and Cornwall Constabulary; Football Association; Health and Safety Executive; Hillsborough Family Support Group; Home Office; Nottingham Forest Football Club; Police Complaints Authority; Police Federation, South Yorkshire branch; Sheffield City Council; Sheffield Wednesday Football Club; South Yorkshire Coroner, West District; South Yorkshire Police; South Yorkshire Police Authority; Taylor Inquiry; The Sun; The Times; and West Midlands Police.
Contributor: South Yorkshire Police (SYP)
Folder title: Private Prosecution of Duckenfield and Murray
Sub-folder title: Police Complaint Authority Correspondence relating to the disciplinary charges
Original format: Paper