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Information relating to hearings – including dates and transcripts – is made available here as the Inquiry progresses. 

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18/01/2022 9:30 am

Chapter 10 and 12 Hearing (care gap evidence and recommendations), 18 January

The Inquiry is hearing Chapter 10 and 12 evidence covering care gap evidence and recommendations.

On 18 January, the Inquiry will hear evidence on the care gap from Pre-Hospital Doctors Lt Col Claire Park and Dr Gareth Davies, ACC Iain Raphael (Director for Operational Standards for the College of Policing), Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Wasim Chaudhry (GMP) and Mr Philip Cowburn MBE (National Ambulance Resilience Unit).

The hearing will be streamed to the Inquiry YouTube channel. The stream will be operating on a 10-minute delay.

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17/01/2022 9:30 am

Chapter 10 and 12 Hearing (care gap evidence and recommendations), 17 January

The Inquiry is hearing Chapter 10 and 12 evidence covering care gap evidence and recommendations.

On 17 January, the Inquiry will hear evidence on the care gap from Dr Mathieu Langlois, former Senior Doctor for RAID (French National Police Intervention Unit), Richard Thomas, Head of Specialist and Counter Terrorism Armed Policing (CTPHQ), and Pre-Hospital Doctors Lt Col Claire Park and Dr Gareth Davies.

The hearing will be streamed to the Inquiry YouTube channel. The stream will be operating on a 10-minute delay.

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13/01/2022 9:30 am

Chapter 10 and 12 Hearing (care gap evidence and recommendations), 13 January

The Inquiry is hearing Chapter 10 and 12 evidence covering care gap evidence and recommendations.

The Inquiry heard evidence on the care gap from Keith Prior, National Director for the National Ambulance Resilience Unit, Thomas Hurst, Medical Director for London’s Air Ambulance, and Edward Baker, Chief Inspector of Hospitals at the Care Quality Commission.

The hearing was streamed to the Inquiry YouTube channel. The stream was operating on a 10-minute delay.

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12/01/2022 9:30 am

Chapter 10 and 12 Hearing (care gap evidence and recommendations), 12 January

The Inquiry is hearing Chapter 10 and 12 evidence covering care gap evidence and recommendations.

On 12 January, the Inquiry will hear from Mark Norris, Principal Policy Advisor for the Local Government Association, James Button President for the Institute of Learning, Matthew Twist, Chair of the National Police Chiefs’ Council, and Mark Hardingham, Chair of the National Fire Chiefs’ Council on the care gap and recommendations

The hearing will be streamed to the Inquiry YouTube channel. The stream will be operating on a 10-minute delay.

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11/01/2022 9:30 am

Chapters 7, 10 and 12 Hearing (monitored recommendations; care gap evidence and recommendations), 11 January

The Inquiry is hearing Chapter 7 evidence covering Volume One monitored recommendations and Chapter 10 and 12 evidence covering care gap evidence and recommendations.

The Inquiry heard evidence from Shaun Hipgrave, Director of Protect and Prepare for the Office for Security and Counter Terrorism on Volume One monitored recommendations.

The Inquiry also heard evidence and recommendations relating to the care gap from John Lawrie, Intelligence Analyst and Political Consultant. Mr Lawrie’s evidence will will be heard in a restricted session. We will then hear from John Rowe, Acting Deputy Director of Operational Strategy for the Health and Safety Executive, and Shaun Hipgrave, who will return to give evidence on the care gap.

The open session of this hearing was streamed to the Inquiry YouTube channel. The stream was operating on a 10-minute delay.

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10/01/2022 9:30 am

Chapter 7 Hearing (monitored recommendations), 10 January

The Inquiry is hearing Chapter 7 evidence covering Volume One monitored recommendations.

The Inquiry heard evidence from Gary Simpson (Director of Security, Safety and Risk for SMG Europe), Mark Harding (Managing Director for Showsec International Limited), Sean O’Callaghan (Assistance Chief Constable for British Transport Police), and Michelle Russell (Chief Executive for the Security Industry Authority). 

The hearing was streamed to the Inquiry YouTube channel. The stream was operating on a 10-minute delay.