Mrs Peter Davis knew about both reports in Doonegate

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Sir Humphreys has the full details, copied here.

PAGE 3 of the Cabinet Briefing papers for 21 January 2000 (click for larger image)

(1) The PCA Report superceded the Robinson Report. The Robinson Report was in fact the preliminary basis for starting the Police Complaints Authority process.
(2) Clark had both PCA and Robinson Reports before January 11th 2000.

Report Names Explained
Robinson Report – divided into two halves: the first is witness statements collected by detectives and the 2nd is a heavily opinion-based sumnation by the Police Commissioner’s Deputy at that time – Rob Robinson. Completed on the 15th December 1999.
PCA Report – the final Report by Judge N C Jaine into the Doone police stop. Completed on the 29 December 1999.

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