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The Bichard inquiry report

ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 22nd 2004.

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Published by TSO in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Huntley, Ian.,
  • Wells, Holly.,
  • Chapman, Jessica.,
  • Humberside Police.,
  • Cambridgeshire Constabulary.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesHouse of Commons papers -- 653
    ContributionsBichard, Michael., Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii,199p. ;
    Number of Pages199
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22125699M
    ISBN 100102928592

      Bichard Inquiry ( b), Bichard Inquiry Recommendations, (London: Home Office). Google Scholar Bichard, M. (), Effective Inquiries, Speech to the Public Management and Policy Association, 22nd by:   £, a year pension paycheck for retired Lord who told OAP's to work LORD Bichard retired from the Civil Service more than a decade ago at the age of .

    The inquiry team also carried out a separate investigation into all deaths certified by Shipman during his time as a junior doctor at Pontefract General infirmary between and Professional learning: The inquiry has published six reports. The first concluded that Shipman killed at least patients. The report of the inquiry into the murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence, to be published next week, is the most significant comment on police and the community since the Scarman report into Author: Guardian Staff.

      This followed from the Bichard inquiry recommendations in the matter of Ian Huntley. In brief, between and , Huntley came to the attention of Humberside police and child protection workers over 10 separate incidents involving allegations of unlawful sexual intercourse with young girls and one incident of burglary (Bichard ).   The Laming Inquiry excoriated the police and other agencies’ handling of the Climbie abuse and murder case (Home Office, a). The experience was repeated at the hands of the Bichard Inquiry into the Soham child murders (Bichard, ). The clear implicit message given to the service was that catastrophic consequences were never acceptable Cited by:


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The Bichard Inquiry was set up by the Home Secretary following the conviction of Ian Huntley for the murders of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman in Soham, Cambridgeshire.

Huntley was a school caretaker at Soham Village College and had been subject to vetting for the post, including police checks. These revealed no relevant information about him. The Bichard Inquiry A Public Inquiry Report on child protection procedures Cambridgeshire Constabulary, particularly the effectiveness of relevant intelligence-based record keeping, vetting practices since and information sharing with other agencies.

This report makes recommendations on matters of local and national relevance. HC d File Size: KB. Key points from the Bichard Report. The main findings of Sir Michael Bichard's inquiry were: Harry's friends phoned her to 'try and influence the narrative' of her 'tell-all' book about.

Bichard, M. The Bichard Inquiry Report - The Stationary Office - London. Michael George Bichard, Baron Bichard, KCB, (born 31 January ) is a former public servant in the United Kingdom, first in local and then as a civil servant in central government.

He was Director of the Institute for Government, currently serves as one of its first fellows, and was Chair of the Design was a created a crossbench life peer on 24 March The Soham Murders are the murders of two year-old girls which occurred in Soham, Cambridgeshire, England on 4 August The victims, Holly Marie Wells and Jessica Aimee Chapman, were lured into the home of a local resident, Ian Kevin Huntley, who subsequently murdered the children—likely via asphyxiation—before disposing of their bodies in an irrigation ditch close to RAF Lakenheath Body discovered: 17 AugustLakenheath.

Bichard Public Inquiry On 17 DecemberIan Huntley was convicted of the murders of Jessica Chapman and Holly Wells. In the days following Huntley’s conviction, it became clear that he had been known to the authorities over a period of years. Lord Bichard, a former head of the Benefits Agency and top civil servant at the Education Department, who is probably best known for chairing the inquiry into the Soham murders, said the.

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The Bichard Report J This Inquiry was set up by the Home Secretary to: ‘Urgently enquire into child protection procedures in Humberside Police and Cambridgeshire Constabulary in the light of the recent trial and conviction of Ian Huntley for the murder of Jessica Chapman and Holly Wells.

Get this from a library. Return to an address of the Honourable the House of Commons dated 22nd June for the Bichard Inquiry report. [Michael Bichard; Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons.].

Following publication of Sir Michael Bichard’s report on 22 June, the then Home Secretary accepted all of the report’s 31 recommendations on behalf of the Government.

Significant progress has been made against the 31 recommendations. While some of the recommendations can only be fully implemented in the longer term, the implementation programme has begun to influence positive changes to.

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CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. Keeping children safe in education The Bichard Inquiry looked at the existing processes for vetting. While a fledging Criminal the Bichard report, the government published Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Before then, the statutory duties of child protection concentratedFile Size: KB.

The commitment comes in the CRB’s annual report for /05 which outlines the bureau’s plans to meet Bichard’s recommendations over the current financial year.

Bichard’s recommendations are contained in his inquiry report published in June The. A review into how a social services department dealt with allegations that Soham murderer Ian Huntley had sex with underage girls has found a series of "shortcomings and inconsistencies".

Dissertation - Literature bibliographies - in Harvard style. Change style powered by CSL. Popular AMA APA E-book or PDF. Allen, G. and Smith, I. Early Intervention: Good Parents, Great Kids, Better Citizens Bichard, M. The Bichard Inquiry Report - The Stationery Office.

The Bichard inquiry delivers a devastating indictment of a national police service which has promised "intelligence-led policing" while presiding over incompetent record-keeping. An inquiry was announced on 18 Decemberand Sir Michael Bichard was appointed as the chairman.

The stated purpose was: The inquiry opened on 13 January The findings of the Bichard inquiry were published in June that year. [46] The Humberside and Cambridgeshire police forces were heavily criticised for their failings in maintaining intelligence records on Huntley.

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FACTion Back Issues. Current and.The chief constable of Cambridgeshire Police gave his "unreserved commitment" today to implementing the recommendations of the Bichard Inquiry report.

Public inquiries are major investigations – convened by a government minister – that can be gifted special powers to compel testimony and the release of other forms of evidence.

The only justification required for a public inquiry is the existence of “public concern” about a .