At her Disciplinary Hearing JM submited 23 written and signed witness statements, including two registered social workers, a reverend, the former CE of WCHP who worked with JM for about 8 years (allegations went back several years in some cases), the former Service Manager, etc.
Additionally, 14 members of staff turned up in person to JM’s disciplinary hearing. They were all questioned individually by the disciplinary panel.
As WCHP employs approximately 50 members of staff, this is a significant showing of support, for an alleged bullying racist.
WCHP dismissed every single witness and statement, confirmed at tribunal, as their representative Sally Roff (Trustee), stated that they were “just character references”.
All the written statements addressed the allegations that had been presented to JM.
WCHP disciplinary panel had 14 to interview in person? They could of asked any questions they wanted.
They did of course take into account the negative allegations made by the accusers…