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Digital copy of Email correspondence between Len Norman, James Wileman, Lee Turner and others concerning the situation at Brig-y-Don. [Some details redacted].

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Reference ZC/D/AW10/WD009156
Date 26 June 2013 - 27 June 2013
Scope and Content Details discussion about the situation at Brig-y-Don and the involvement of the States of Jersey Police in the matter, including comments by Lee Turner about an increase in the number of missing person reports received from Brig-y-Don. Includes remarks about these cases being categorised as absences rather than missing person reports, acknowledging the significant input into such cases from States and Honorary Police officers. Provides context to the matter, detailing police direction to Brig-y-Don staff regarding the reporting of missing persons in light of Operation Vessel, an ongoing investigation regarding concerns of sexual exploitation by a group of males of a number of teenage girls including Brig-y-Don residents. Refers to concerns raised by honorary police officers at a monthly police meeting regarding issues relating to alcohol consumption, safety and repeated absconding by residents at Brig-y-Don, noting discussion of the possibility of certain individual being placed in more secure homes.
Names Bastable, Robert
Caldeira, Eddie
Dennett, Phil
Fossey, Alison
Heard, Phil
Gull, Stewart
Jouault, Richard
Miles, Helen, Dr
Norman, Len, Constable of St Clement
Scholefield, Fay
Turner, Lee
Pryke, Anne Enid, Deputy
Wileman, James
Brig-y-Don Children's Home
Children's Services
Criminal Justice Department
Health and Social Services
Honorary Police
Operation Vessel
States of Jersey
States of Jersey Police
Keywords alcohol | child abuse | child protection | childcare | Children | children's homes | children's services | complaints | Constables | Correspondence | deputies | E-mail | evidence | honorary police | IJCI | Letters | meetings | ministers | missing persons | Police | sexual abuse | staff | visits
Places Brig-y-Don, Coast Road, St Clement
Dimensions 1 pdf file
Language English
Level of description File
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Digital copy of Email correspondence between Len Norman, James Wileman, Lee Turner and others concerning the situation at Brig-y-Don. [Some details redacted].

ZC/D/AW10/WD009156

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