The types of actions typically found include: following up on a telephone call with a house visit, taking a statement or questionnaire from someone who has been in touch with the police or was identified as at the match by another party. The documents are updated by the officer undertaking the action with the outcome and cross-referenced to any supporting documents, such as statements or questionnaires.
|Name(s) of the deceased:||Andrew Mark Brookes; Paul William Carlile; Raymond Thomas Chapman; Stephen Paul Copoc; Thomas Steven Fox; Derrick George Godwin; Roy Harry Hamilton; Sarah Louise Hicks; Victoria Jane Hicks; Gordon Rodney Horn; Thomas Anthony Howard; Nicholas Peter Joynes; Michael David Kelly; Alan McGlone; Colin Andrew Hugh William Sefton; Adam Edward Spearritt; David Leonard Thomas; Peter Reuben Thompson; Christopher James Traynor; and Martin Kevin Traynor.|
|Person(s) involved:||Inspector John Bennett; Chief Inspector Robert Creaser; Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield; Superintendent Roger Greenwood; Mr Jim Howe; Mr Moelwyn Hughes; Detective Superintendent Graham McKay; Chief Superintendent Brian Mole; Superintendent Bernard Murray; Mr Don Page; Inspector Gordon Sykes; Dr Ed Walker; and Dr Iain West.|
|Organisation(s) involved:||BBC; Football Association; Liverpool Football Club; Nottingham Forest Football Club; Sheffield Wednesday Football Club; South Yorkshire Police; Sunday Mirror; and West Midlands Police.|
|Contributor:||South Yorkshire Police (SYP)|
|Folder title:||West Midlands Police Major Incident Room Operations|
|Sub-folder title:||Actions (Indexed)|