He said that Senator Kinnard had allowed senior States police officers to ‘get out of control’ and become virtually ‘unaccountable for their actions’.
Mr Shenton, who once had political responsibility for Island policing as president of the then Defence Committee, took up the case of Mr Boschat some months ago and has held meetings with Senator Kinnard and States police Deputy Chief Officer Lenny Harper.
‘The more it went on, the more I felt I was in the middle of a confrontation between two cultures.
It was Jersey common-sense policing against attitudes more prevalent in Strathclyde and Northern Ireland,’ said Mr Shenton.
But Senator Kinnard defended her position.
‘Once the facts were known, he would be the first to appreciate the criticisms he makes are of no substance,’ she said.
Mr Boschat was accused of bribing Pc Sean Osmand to secure lucrative contracts for his vehicle recovery and breakdown business from the States force.
During the investigation into the allegations he was not allowed to do any police work.
Last week Mr Boschat was notified that there would be no proceedings against him but has yet to be reinstated onto the police rota for vehicle recovery.
Pc Osmand will not face any further action in relation to charges of corruption of a public official and conspiracy to defraud.