23 March 2012

Leveson Inquiry Witness Lists: ( Module 2 ) - 26th - 29th March 2012

Royal Courts of Justice, London

Leveson Inquiry Official Website HERE

Witnesses Appearing in this fourth week of Module 2 (The relationships between the press and the Police and the extent to which that has operated in the public interest.) will be:

Monday, 26th March:

Witnesses appearing:
Colin Adwent ( Crime Reporter East Anglia Daily Times )
Chief Constable Simon Ash ( Suffolk Constabulary )
Anne Campbell ( Head of Corporate Communications, Norfolk and Suffolk Police )
Nick Griffiths ( Carlisle News and Star )
Terry Hunt ( East Anglian Daily Times )
Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey ( MPS, formerly Chief Constable Cumbria Constabulary )
Anne Pickles ( Carlisle News and Star )
Gillian Shearer ( Head of Marketing and Communications, Cumbria Constabulary )

To be read:
DCS Iain Goulding ( Cumbria Constabulary )

Tuesday, 27th March:

Witnesses appearing:
Barbara Brewis ( Media and Marketing, Durham Constabulary )
Amanda Hirst ( Head of Corporate Communications, Avon and Somerset Police )
DCI Philip Jones ( Avon and Somerset Constabulary )
Assistant Chief Constable Jerry Kirkby ( Surrey Police )
Chief Constable Colin Port ( Avon and Somerset Constabulary )
Chief Constable Jonathan Stoddart ( Durham Constabulary )

Wednesday, 28th March:

Witnesses Appearing:
Chief Constable Matthew Baggott ( PSNI )
Joanne Bird ( Head of Media and Marketing, BTP )
Oliver Cattermole ( Director of Communications, ACPO )
Jane Furniss ( CEO, IPCC )
Sir Hugh Orde ( President of ACPO )
Chief Constable Andrew Trotter ( BTP )
Liz Young ( Head of Corporate Communications, PSNI )

To be read:
Sir Paul Stephenson ( Former MPS )

Thursday, 29th March:

Witnesses appearing:
Catherine Crawford ( Chief Executive of the Metropolitan Police Authority )
Chief Constable Mike Cunningham ( Staffordshire Police )
Ian Fegan ( Head of Corporate Communications, Staffs Police )
Kit Malthouse ( Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime )
Julie Norgrove ( Director of Audit Risk and Assurance, MPA )
According to a trailer on the BBC website, the documentary, titled Murdoch’s TV Pirates, “examines the role of former senior police officers in recruiting people to break the law — in order to bring down Murdoch’s commercial rival.”