As we await the coming Napier Report i thought i would put up the Terms of Reference again.
Also, will Brian Napier dare criticize the Law Office
Everyone is getting advise when it comes to Graham Powers suspension
Everyone is getting advice from the Law Office. Who are these people who are never named but are behind all the huge decisions.
What we cant have with Napier is the old line " We will learn and move on "
A Chief of Police has been suspended and treated no better than a criminal although some would say a criminal would have a chance of clearing their name.
He was suspended in a hurry on the 12th November 2008
It was in the middle of a Huge Child Abuse Investigation
They would have got this one right ?
We will see.
I have been at this for a long time and the Napier Report could well be the end for me. If it gives the above characters a clean bill of health then i believe i am done as far as my blog goes.
If he is critical then i carry on. We are in a terrible mess , from top to bottom the Island is rotten.
What will be will be concerning the financial future of Jersey, I think this Island needs a serious dose of Hardship or a miracle in leadership.
I believe Graham Power was removed from office so the Child Abuse Investigation could be closed down.
Was it a Political Coup
If not, the Napier Report will clear all the people i have mentioned on my blog concerning this.
If he is Critical, then make no mistake we are looking at corruption of the most serious kind
I WAS ONLY GETTING ADVICE
I TOLD BRIAN IT WAS THE GUY IN THE FUNNY ROBE HE SAID " NO ONE WOULD ASK QUESTIONS"
WE CAN LEARN AND MOVE FORWRD
IT WAS "HR"
Come on lets have Napier
A review of the management process that led to the suspension of the
Chief Officer of Police
The Chief Minister wishes to appoint a Commissioner to undertake a review
of the manner in which the Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police was
suspended from his duties on 12th November 2008. Given the length of time
that has elapsed since the Chief Officer of Police was suspended, and the
concerns raised by States Members particularly following the publication of
the Affidavit from the suspended Chief Officer of Police, the Chief Minister is
proposing to commission an independent review to assure himself and States
Members that the management of the process was conducted correctly.
2. Terms of Reference
The purpose of the Review is to –
(a) Examine the procedure employed by the Chief Minister’s Department
and the Minister for Home Affairs in the period leading up to the
suspension of the Chief Officer of Police on 12th November 2008.
(b) Review the manner in which senior officers collated the information
and presented it to the Minister for Home Affairs that ultimately led to
the suspension of the Chief Officer of Police.
(c) Investigate whether the procedure for dealing with the original
suspension was correctly followed at all times, including –
(i) the reason for the immediate suspension of the Chief Officer
(ii) whether there were any procedural errors in managing the
(d) Review all information relating to the original suspension procedure,
including relevant sections of the published Affidavit from the
suspended Chief Officer of Police.
(e) The Report should highlight any areas where, in the opinion of the
Commissioner, sufficient evidence exists that would support in the
interests of open government a full Committee of Inquiry into the
manner in which the Chief Officer of Police was suspended on
12th November 2008.
A Report should be prepared for the Chief Minister. The Commissioner must
be aware that the entire disciplinary process for the Chief Officer of Police is
conducted under his Terms and Conditions of Employment, which include a
Code of Conduct for Disciplinary Process. This Code requires confidentiality
to be maintained by all parties throughout the disciplinary process. As such,
the report should therefore be in 2 parts –
(i) Part I should consist of matters appropriate for immediate publication
to States Members and the Public;
(ii) Part II relating to those matters specific to the Chief Officer of Police
which under his Code of Conduct have to remain confidential until the
disciplinary process has been completed.