jjbd wrote: ↑
Tue Jun 15, 2021 10:07 am
The BDO report
https://statesassembly.gov.je/scrutinyr ... 202011.pdf
EDUCATION & HOME AFFAIRS SCRUTINY PANEL
(a Sub-Panel Chaired by Deputy Trevor Pitman)
ISSUES SURROUNDING THE REVIEW OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF OPERATION RECTANGLE
WRITTEN SUBMISSION OF BDO ALTO LIMITED
It is clear that Mr Grime was the only specialist in this field who was approached
and perhaps even considered by SOJP. LGC, in response to a request for advice
on this topic from the FSM in January 2008, did in fact suggest and pass on the
contact details of the Surrey Police Dog Unit37 but this was not followed up and
no other UK police force was approached38. This seems slightly odd, especially
given the stance of the ACPO Police Dog Working Group on this issue. In an email to Mr Kellett we were advised that, “… UK forces have sufficient resources
and expertise available to them, from within this country, in all fields of policerelated specialist dog work. Senior Investigating Officers in the UK have only to
request a specific resource and it can be provided from a force somewhere in the
country. Those officers also have the reassurance that any team deployed to
assist them will be ACPO trained and currently in-license.” We consider it safe to
suggest that references to the UK here are intended to include SOJP.
Jersey State Police paid Grime nudging £100K to have him run a merry dance for non-existent 'evidence' of murder centred on Eddie's reaction to a coconut.
And Grime gave the Jersey authorities a 'discount', while lodging in 5-star spa hotel accommodation during his stay in Jersey ....
The sole consolation is that, unlike in Praia da Luz, at Jersey he didn't shred the reputations of any folks named and specific ....