Challenging the legality and rational of the South Yorkshire Police Authority to provide financial assistance towards the defence of Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield and Superintendent Bernard Murray in the Private Prosecution; [with South Yorkshire Police annotations].
|Date(s):||26 February 1999|
|Name(s) of the deceased:|
|Person(s) involved:||Assistant Chief Constable Ian Daines; Chief Superintendent Don Denton; Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield; Mr Jim Howe; Assistant Chief Constable Mervyn Jones; Professor Stephen Jones; Professor Alan Wayne Jones; Mr Graham Kelly; Superintendent Bernard Murray; Police Constable Peter Smith; Lord Justice Murray Stuart-Smith; Lord Justice Peter Taylor; Dr Ed Walker; Chief Constable Richard Wells; and Dr Iain West.|
|Organisation(s) involved:||Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO); Crown Prosecution Service (CPS); Football Association; Hammond Suddards; Hillsborough Family Support Group; Home Office; Merseyside Police; Police Complaints Authority; Police Federation, South Yorkshire branch; Russell Jones & Walker; South Yorkshire Police; South Yorkshire Police Authority; Stuart-Smith Scrutiny; Taylor Inquiry; and West Midlands Police.|
|Contributor:||South Yorkshire Police (SYP)|
|Folder title:||Private Prosecution of Duckenfield and Murray|
|Sub-folder title:||Judicial Review|