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Digital copy of Margaret Joyce 'Marnie' Baudains' first Witness Statement to the Inquiry providing an account of her experiences working for the States of Jesey Children's Service and Social Services between 1985 and 2011. [Some details redacted].

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Reference ZC/D/AW2/B3/24/WS000618
Date 22 July 2015
Scope and Content Refers to Marnie Baudains' employment as Residential Child Care Officer, Child Care Assistant, Child Care Officer, part of the Child Protection Team, Children's Services Resource Manager, Children's and Adult Social Services Manager, and Social Services Directorate Manager. Refers to membership of the Jersey Child Protection Committee. Refers to St John's Primary School, Hautlieu School, University of Hull, Hounslow Borough Council, St Christopher's Fellowship, Humberside Youth Association, University of York, Save the Children Fund, Humberside Social Services Department, Haut de la Garenne, Dunluce Group at Haut de la Garenne, Clos des Sables Family Group Home, Operation Rectangle, St Mark's School, St Thomas' Community Centre, Newways Family Centre, St Patrick's Church Hall, Grands Vaux Community Centre, La Chasse Family Centre, Blanche Pierre Family Group Home, Heathfield's Children's Home, La Préférence Children's Home, St Helier Welfare Board, The Owl Fund, Brig-y-don Children's Home, Mental Health Services, States of Jersey Police, Health and Social Services, St Thomas' Pastoral Centre, Sexual Abuse Child Consultancy Service, Highlands College, Jersey Evening Post, Homeless Young Person's Project, St Mark's Adolescent Project, United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, Education Committee, Royal Court, National Nursing Examination Board, Aviemore, South Yorkshire Police, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, Brook Jersey, Jersey Child Care Trust, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Education Department, Maison le Pape, Archive Service [Jersey Archive], Health and Social Services Committee, Public Health Committee, Special Needs Service, Adoption and Fostering [Fostering and Adoption], Les Chênes Residential School, Youth Action Team, [HM] Prison [La Moye], St Mark's Hostel, Services for Older People, Clinical Psychology Service, Occupational Therapy Service, Speech and Language Therapy Service, Children's Executive, Greenfields Secure Unit, Department of Health, Law Officer's Department, Maison Allo, General Social Care Council, and the Vegetarian Society. Names [Children's Officer] Terry Strettle, Child Care Officer Madeline Bird, psychologist Tina Baker, [Senior Child Care Officer] Jim Thompson [Jim Thomson], [Senior Child Care Officer] Brenda Chappell, [Senior Child Care Officer] Anne Herrod, Phil Dennett, convicted sexual offender Les Hughes, Senior Social Worker at the Child Psychiatric Unit Tom Jones, [Children's Officer] Anton Skinner, Chief Probation Officer Paul Stevenson, Child Care Officer Marta Pugsley, Police Sergeant Jim Adamson, Madge Bray, Ray Wyre, Jean Andrews, Danny Wherry, Sarah Brace, Clair de Brito, Elsa Fernandes, Attorney General Philip Bailhache, Geoff Spencer, Jane Maguire, Alan Maguire, Dorothy Inglis, Iris Le Feuvre, Child Care Officer Joy Hart, Mental Health Services Director Dylan Southern, Barry Faudemer, Roger Pryke, Legal Adviser to the Police Ian Christmas, Solicitor General Stephanie Nicolle, Attorney General Michael Birt, Advocate Alan Binnington, Child Care Officer Richard Davenport, Emma Coxshall, Detective Constable [Philip] Holmes, Chief Executive of Health and Social Services and Senior Human Resources personnel Graeme Jennings, Detective Inspector Alison Fossey, Deputy Chief Inspector Andre Bonjour, Bridget Shaw, Linda Dodds, [Andrew] Williamson, Children's Services Resources Manager Bob Woods, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Dr Carolyn Coverley, Sue Richardson, Dr Kathie Bull, Jurat Nick Herbert, Officer in Charge of La Chasse Residential Family Centre and nursery Martyn Board, Tony Le Sueur, Steve McVey, Jurat Mazel Le Ruez, Police Officer Ron Melville, Jan Brotherton, Professor June Thoburn [Thorburn], Mike Taylor, Interim Director of Health and Social Services Stuart Brook, Senator Mike Vibert, Senator Stuart Syvret, Senator Wendy Kinnard, Director of Education Tom McKeon, Acting Chief Executive of Home Affairs Steven Austin-Vautier, Chief Probation Officer Brian Heath, Assistant Chief Probation Officer Mike Cutland, Education Sport and Culture's Head of Staff Services Madeleine Davies, Mario Lundy, Human Resources Officer Melanie Grandfield, Professor Upex, Consultant Community Paediatrician Dr Mark Jones, Chief Minister Senator Frank Walker, Health and Social Services Assistant Minister Celia Scott-Warren, Ian Crich, Richard Jouault, Chief Executive of the States of Jersey Bill Ogley, Deputy Anne Pryke, Lenny Harper, Head of Human Resources Michaela Clifford, and John Cox. Provides commentary on childcare and child protection in the United Kingdom and Jersey. Refers to Police Protection Orders and Emergency Protection Orders. Provides details relating to the development of Children's Services between 1985 and 2011, and cooperation and coordination with other bodies and organisations. Refers to allegations of abuse and sexual abuse.
Names Aviemore
Blanche Pierre Family Group Home
Brig-y-Don Children's Home
Brook Centre
Children's Services
Clos des Sables Family Group Home
Child Protection Team
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
Clinical Psychology Service
Child Psychiatric Unit
Children's Executive
Department of Health
Education Committee
Education Department
Fostering and Adoption Jersey
Grands Vaux Community Centre
Greenfields Secure Unit
General Social Care Council
Health and Social Services
Hautlieu School
Heathfield Children's Home
Hounslow Borough Council
Home Affairs Committee
Highlands College
Health and Social Services Committee
HM Prison, La Moye
Homeless Young Person's Project
Jersey Evening Post
Jersey Child Care Trust
Jersey Archive
Jersey Child Protection Committee
La Chasse Centre
Les Chênes Residential School
La Préférence Children's Home
Law Officers' Department
Mental Health Services
Maison Le Pape
Maison Allo
National Nursery Examination Board
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
Occupational Therapy Service
Operation Rectangle
Probation and After Care Service
Royal Court
Services for Older People
St Helier Welfare Board
Sexual Abuse Child Consultancy Service
Speech and Language Therapy Service
South Yorkshire Police
Special Needs Service
St Mark's Adolescent Project
St Patrick's Church
St Mark's Hostel
St John's School
St Mark's School
St Thomas' Pastoral Centre
St Thomas' Family Centre
States of Jersey Police
States of Jersey
Social Services
St Christopher's Fellowship
Save the Children Fund
The Owl Fund
United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
University of York
University of Hull
Vegetarian Society
Youth Action Team
Adamson, Jim, Police Sergeant
Andrews, Jean
Austin-Vautier, Steven
Bailhache, Philip
Brotherton, Janet
Binnington, Alan
Board, Martyn
Brook, Stuart
Brace, Sarah
Birt, Michael
Baudains, Marnie
Bird, M M
Baker, Tina
Bray, Madge
Bull, Kathie, Dr
Bonjour, André Paolo
Coxshall, Emma
Crich, Ian
Cutland, Mike
Cox, John
Clifford, Michaela
Chappell, Brenda
Christmas, Ian
Coverley, Carolyn, Dr
de Brito, Claire
Davenport, Richard
Dennett, Phil
Davis, Madeleine
Dodds, Linda
Fernandes, Elsa
Fossey, Alison
Grandfield, Melanie
Hart, Joy
Holmes, Philip, Detective Constable
Heath, Brian
Herbert, Nick, Jurat
Herrod, Anne
Hughes, Les
Harper, Lenny
Inglis, Dorothy
Jones, Tom
Jennings, Graham
Jones, Mark, Dr
Jouault, Richard
Kinnard, Wendy
Le Feuvre, Iris
Lundy, Mario
Le Sueur, Tony
Le Ruez, Mazel, Jurat
Maguire, Alan
Maguire, Jane
Melville, Ron
McVey, Steve
McKeon, Tom
Nicolle, Stéphanie
Ogley, Bill
Pryke, Roger
Pugsley, Marta
Pryke, Anne Enid, Deputy
Richardson, Sue
Southern, Dylan
Shaw, Bridget
Scott-Warren, Celia, née Francis
Spencer, Geoff
Skinner, Anton
Stevenson, Paul
Strettle, Terry
Syvret, Stuart
Thorburn, June
Taylor, Mike
Taylor, Barry
Thomson, Jim
Upex, Robert, Professor
Vibert, Mike
Wyre, Ray
Williamson, Andrew
Walker, Frank
Wyre, Ray
Wherry, Danny
Woods, Bob
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Digital copy of Margaret Joyce 'Marnie' Baudains' first Witness Statement to the Inquiry providing an account of her experiences working for the States of Jesey Children's Service and Social Services between 1985 and 2011. [Some details redacted].


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