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Digital copy of an Extract from Part A of the Minutes of the 50th Meeting of the Health and Social Services Committee. [Some details redacted].

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Reference ZC/D/AW2/A2/8/6/WD005226
Date 5 August 2005
Scope and Content Lists those members present, those from whom apologies were received and those in attendance at the meeting. Refers to confirmation of Parts A and B of the Minutes of the Meeting held on 4 July 2005 and Part A of the Meeting held on 21 July 2005 and Act No A2 regarding consideration of an oral report from the President concerning the need to constantly update child protection legislation in order to achieve the highest standards of child protection, noting need for a review of present laws and policy practices in light of the findings and recommendations of the Bichard Inquiry into the Soham murders. Refers to comments by the President about the findings and recommendations of a report prepared by Stephen Sharp dated June 1999 concerning events surrounding a child abuse scandal at Victoria College.
Names Bailey, B
Bannister, A
Baudains, Marnie
Bichard, Lord Michael
Dyer, Ian
Ferguson, Sarah, Deputy
Gallichan, John, Constable of Trinity
Hill, Bob, Deputy
Le Brun, Kenneth, Constable of St Mary
Le Fèvre, M
Martin, Judy, Deputy
Monamy, Peter
Pollard, Mike
Scott-Warren, Celia, Deputy
Sharp, Stephen
Swiatczak, L
Syvret, Stuart, Senator
Adult Mental Health Service
Finance and Information Services
Health and Social Services Committee
Social Services
States of Jersey Police
Victoria College
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Digital copy of an Extract from Part A of the Minutes of the 50th Meeting of the Health and Social Services Committee. [Some details redacted].

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