Jacqui specialises in representing Police Officers who are subject to criminal and discipline allegations at all levels.
Since 2002 Jacqui has been providing advice to members of the Police Federation of England and Wales. She has substantial experience of dealing with Post Incident Procedure cases. She was part of the legal team involved in representing custody staff in the Christopher Alder and Keith Mark Camm cases, and the Firearms Officers in the shooting of Kirk John Davies.
Jacqui is routinely instructed to deal with serious criminal, gross misconduct and inquest cases nationally. Her cases have included Operation Passport and Visa which was one of the longest running Police Discipline cases in history and resulted in an Officer being re-instated after 5 years.
Jacqui is able to connect with her clients at the outset and she encourages a team approach to her cases where no stone is left unturned.
Prior to joining Precedence Law, Jacqui has worked at National Law firms and was a Director of her own business providing legal services to solicitors firms. Jacqui also has an interest in military law and has lectured nationally in respect of the legal aspects relating to deaths in custody.