Key dates: Lenny Harper's involvement in the Jersey Care Inquiry

As the former leading officer is due to give evidence today, here are some key dates of Lenny Harper's involvement in the investigation into historical child abuse at Haut de la Garenne.

19 February 2008

  • Deputy Chief Officer Lenny Harper reveals "potential remains of a child" have been recovered at Haut de la Garenne.

25 February 2008

  • Lenny Harper confirms police will investigate claims that government agencies failed to act on long standing claims of abuse in the care system.

25 March 2008

  • Lenny Harper announces carbon dating of skull fragments has proved inconclusive. More tests will be carried out.

18 May 2008

  • It's revealed the bone fragments recovered are in fact wood or coconut shell.

7 August 2008

  • Lenny Harper retires from the police force.

27 August 2008

  • UK detective Mick Gradwell takes over the investigation.

12 November 2008

  • Lenny Harper's successor as Deputy Chief Officer, David Warcup, says there was no evidence anybody was murdered or bodies buried at Haur de la Garenne