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David Benson-Pope Enquiry – Complete Police File

David Benson-Pope – The Complete Police File

The following are links to zipped files corresponding to 8 folders in the David Benson-Pope New Zealand Police investigation file. Once unzipped you will find you have a large number of sequentially numbered .pdf files. Many of these files contain brief summary information or official forms. To quickly reference the key documents from the investigation see… David Benson-Pope Police File – Key Documents

GENERAL FILE: This includes the police summary report, school documents, lawyer's correspondence, MR DAVID BENSON POPE's correspondence, transcript of interview and general job sheets

Folder 1
Part 1 – 4.3 Megabytes
Part 2 – 25 Megabytes

WEAVER FILE: This includes Mr Philip WEAVER's statements and those of the other 27 members of class 4G that have been spoken to.

Folder 2
Part 1 – 10.6 Megabytes
Part 2 - 1.0 Megabytes

SCHOOL CAMP ASSAULT FILE: Includes victim statement and statements from two witnesses.

Folder 3 – 1.5 Megabytes

TEACHING FILE: Interviews of the 35 teaching staff located

Folder 4
Part 1 – 9.0 Megabytes
Part 2 - 1.3 Megabytes

MISCELLANEOUS FILES: Statements starting the enquiry and from others whom David Benson Pope thought started the enquiry.

Folder 5 - 0.5 Megabytes

OTHER FILES: Relate To Media Coverage

Folder 6 - 2.6 Megabytes
Folder 7 – 4.8 Megabytes
Folder 8 – 3.8 Megabytes

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