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Digital copy of Daniel Scaife's Witness Statement to the Inquiry providing an account of his experiences in the Honorary Police. [Some details redacted].

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Reference ZC/D/AW4/B2/11/WS000657
Date 11 November 2015
Scope and Content Provides details of background, period as Constable's Officer and Vingtenier, Centeniers: election and role generally, patterns of youth offending in Jersey, the charging decision, charging considerations, presenting cases at Court, interim remand decisions, children's homes in Jersey, parish hall enquiries, involvement in specific charging decisions, Thomas Hamon, [houseparents of a Family Group Home], additional material, Tony and Morag Jordan, and inter-agency working. Refers to Highlands College, Honorary Police, Crown Prosecution Service, Law Officer's Department, Royal Court, Magistrates Court, States of Jersey Police, Social Services, Les Chênes Residential School, Youth Court, HM Prison La Moye, Young Offenders Institute, Heathfield [Children's Home], La Préférence [Children's Home], Greenfields [Centre], Probation [and After Care] Service, Howard League for Penal Reform, St John Ambulance, Haut de la Garenne, Operation Rectangle, Jersey Evening Post, Children's Services, Jersey Child Protection Committee, Public Protection Unit, and Jersey Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements. Names John Edmons, Ian Le Marquand, Attorney General William Bailhache, Thomas Hamon, Detective Constable Brian Carter, Detective Sergeant Andy Smith, Deputy Chief Officer Lenny Harper, legal adviser Simon Thomas, [Chief Officer] Graham Power, Tony Jordan, Morag Jordan, and Crown Advocate Stephen Baker. For Exhibits referenced, see C/D/AW4/A5/11/WD008454/1 to C/D/AW4/A5/11/WD008454/16 (Exhibits DS1 to DS16 inclusive).
Names Crown Prosecution Service
Children's Services
Greenfields Centre
Honorary Police
Haut de la Garenne
Howard League for Penal Reform
HM Prison, La Moye
Heathfield Children's Home
Jersey Child Protection Committee
Jersey Evening Post
Law Officers' Department
Les Chênes Residential School
La Préférence Children's Home
Magistrates Court
Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub
Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements
Public Protection Unit
Probation and After Care Service
Royal Court
St John Ambulance
States of Jersey Police
Social Services
Young Offenders Institute
Youth Court
Bailhache, William
Baker, Stephen
Carter, Brian, Detective Constable
Edmonds, John
Harper, Lenny
Hamon, Thomas
Jordan, Tony
Jordan, Morag
Le Marquand, Ian
Power, Graham
Thomas, Simon
Scaife, Danny, Centenier
Smith, Andrew, Detective Sergeant
Keywords abuse | advocates | Attorneys General | arrests | Bailiffs | child abuse | centeniers | courts | chefs de police | constables officers | children's homes | domestic abuse | evidence | exhibits | Family Group Homes | houseparents | honorary police | investigations | IJCI | interviews | inquiries | Jurats | legal advice | Media | magistrates | probation | parish hall enquiries | prosecutions | Police | police officers | remand centres | remand | staff | statements | training | victims | vingteniers | witnesses | witness statements | young offenders
Places London, St Helier
Dimensions 1 pdf file
Language English
Level of description File
Access restrictions Closed for preservation - please consult digital copy


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Digital copy of Daniel Scaife's Witness Statement to the Inquiry providing an account of his experiences in the Honorary Police. [Some details redacted].


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