A call to action.

If you would like to call for justice for Billie-Jo, please add your voice to those asking Sussex Police to re-open the case.

You can send a letter to :

Giles Yorke
Chief Constable, Sussex Police
Sussex Police Headquarters
Church Lane
Lewes
East Sussex
BN7 2DZ

You can send a message through the Sussex Police website

You can leave a message on Facebook.

Twenty years later, key questions about the early weeks after the murder still need answers. Here are just a few:

  1. Why did the police never interview the first suspect identified by more than thirty witnesses?

  2. Why was the record of Siôn Jenkins' first interview on the day of the murder not written up until three days later?

  3. Who instructed the family liaison officer to 'feed into mum'?

  4. Why was their social worker not present when the children were told their father was guilty of murder?

  5. Why were a number of witnesses who went to give evidence at the time told by police that they knew who had committed the crime?

Someone knows the answers and it's time to tell the truth.

  • Billie-Jo : Many words have been written and spoken about Billie-Jo Jenkins since 15 February 1997. Much pain has been suffered by those close to her. Today her killer has still not been found, and that fact must not be forgotten…

  • A Father Reflects : Siôn Jenkins speaks about his daughters and his determination to seek justice for Billie- Jo.