Azelle Rodney Inquiry

Azelle Rodney died in North London on 30 April 2005 following an operation by the Metropolitan Police.  On 30 March 2010, the Government announced its intention to establish an inquiry under the Inquiries Act 2005 to investigate Azelle Rodney’s  death. The statement indicated that there would be a further announcement naming the Chair of the Inquiry, and the Terms of Reference.

On 10 June, a further statement to Parliament announced that Sir Christopher Holland, a retired High Court judge, had agreed to chair the Inquiry. The Terms of Reference for the Inquiry were also announced:

‘To ascertain by inquiring how, where and in what circumstances Azelle Rodney came by his death on 30 April 2005 and then to make any such recommendations as may seem appropriate.’

What's new

  • Chairman's Directions - 2 October 2012

    03 October 2012

    PDF icon Chairman's Directions - 2 October 2012 [PDF]

  • The Inquiry will not be Sitting on Wednesday 3 October 2012

    02 October 2012
    Please note that SILVER will not be called on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. The Inquiry will NOT sit tomorrow, Wednesday 3 October. It WILL sit on Thursday 4 October to hear evidence from Professor Jack CRANE and Ms Bridget MARCH.

  • Call List for the Week Commencing 1 October 2012

    28 September 2012

    PDF icon Call List for the Week Commencing 1 October 2012 [PDF]

  • Revision to the Call List for Week Commencing 24 September 2012

    26 September 2012
    Please note that the Inquiry will not be calling Mr Anthony Miller on Thursday 27 September as previously published. Mr Miller will be called on Monday 8 October. On 27 September the scheduled witnesses are now Mr David Hague and Mr Christopher Heerey.

  • Revised Call List for Two Weeks Commencing 24 September 2012

    20 September 2012

    PDF icon Revised Call List for Two Weeks Commencing 24 September 2012 [PDF]

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