Police prosecution disclosure policy (FOI)
Police prosecution disclosure policy (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 14 September 2015.
Prepared internally, no external costs.
A complete copy of the States Of Jersey Police disclosure policy (relating to prosecution of criminal cases) to include reasons when and why certain disclosure is not provided ( any law to permit such exclusion) & the time scales for disclosure from date of charge or any other initiation date eg remanded to Royal Court.
Also, the view of SOJP if they fail to disclose as per their own policy?
The States of Jersey police follow the Attorney Generals Guidelines on Prosecution Case Management and Disclosure.
The requestor is asking for the States of Jersey Police’s view on any failure to follow the above policy. This information is not held.
The Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law requires scheduled public authorities to confirm or deny if they hold the information requested.
The requestor has asked for an opinion, not for information held in some tangible format. Consequently, the States of Jersey Police do not hold the information requested.
Download prosecution case management and disclosure guidelines (size 208kb)