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Digital copy of Exhibit RW52: Correspondence between the Home Office and Jersey authorities relating to an amendment to the Children (Jersey) Law 1969 with respect to the treatment of young offenders following the abolition of approved schools upon the introduction of the Children and Young Persons Act 1969. Used by Richard William Whitehead in his witness statement to the Inquiry dated 1 September 2014 [ZC/D/AW6/D1/EE000261].

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Reference ZC/D/AW6/D1/EE000199
Date 18 June 1969 - 30 November 1970
Scope and Content Includes letters dated: 21 August 1970 from Miss A Turner, Home Office to the Attorney General P L Crill; 7 August 1969 from the Attorney General to the Director of Education H C A Wimberley; 14 July 1969 from the Lieutenant Governor J G Davis to the Bailiff R H Le Masurier; 10 July 1969 from the Home Office to Attorney General; 19 June 1969 from the Senior Probation Officer R Morton to the Attorney General; 18 June 1969 from the Children's Officer P L Thornton to the Attorney General; 5 June 1970 from the Children's Officer to Miss J Cooper, Children's Department Inspectorate; 29 June 1970 from the Home Office to the Children's Officer; 20 July 1970 from the Attorney General to Miss A Turner, Home Office; 13 August 1970 from the Attorney General to Miss A Turner, Home Office; 26 August 1970 from the Attorney General to Miss A Turner, Home Office; and 30 November 1970 from Miss A Turner, Home Office to the Attorney General.
Names Cooper, J
Crill, Peter Leslie
Davis, Sir John Gilbert, Lieutenant Governor of Jersey, 1969-1974
Hill, M J
Le Masurier, Sir Robert Hugh, Bailiff of Jersey 1962 - 1974
Morton, Raymond
Staines, D B
Thornton, Patricia
Turner, A
Whitehead, Richard William
Wimberley, H C A
Children's Department
Children's Sub-Committee
Education Committee
Education Department
Home Office
Kingswood School
Prison Department
Probation and After Care Service
Dimensions 1 pdf file
Language English
Level of description File
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Closed until 2100

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Digital copy of Exhibit RW52: Correspondence between the Home Office and Jersey authorities relating to an amendment to the Children (Jersey) Law 1969 with respect to the treatment of young offenders following the abolition of approved schools upon the introduction of the Children and Young Persons Act 1969. Used by Richard William Whitehead in his witness statement to the Inquiry dated 1 September 2014 [ZC/D/AW6/D1/EE000261].

ZC/D/AW6/D1/EE000199

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