Digital copy of entry by Child Care Officer Dorothy Inglis relating to Witness 28 being taken shopping for boots and polish by Dorothy Inglis, Witness 28 being apprehended by the Police after damaging cars in St Helier, and subsequent consequences. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 28. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Witness 28's witness statement to the Inquiry dated 15 January 2015 [C/D/AW1/B3/5/WS000334].

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April 15th 1980 - April 30th 1980

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Refers to Witness 28 being taken shopping for boots and polish at a shop from which Witness 28 was alleged to have stolen from in the past. Describes being contacted by the police after Witness 28 had been apprehended after damaging cars in St Helier. Refers to Witness 28's appearance at parish hall enquiries relating to charges of being drunk and disorderly, and stealing and repainting a bicycle. Refers to picking Witness 28 from Basil Lodge Hostel, Witness 28's attitude's towards living at Basil Lodge Hostel, and suggesting to Witness 28 that he alter his behaviour before the parish hall enquiries. Descibes speaking to the Centenier about Witness 28's background, and Witness 28's good behaviour at the parish hall enquiries. Refers to Witness 28's boots being stolen from Basil Lodge Hostel.


Children's Department
Royal Court
Basil Lodge Hostel
Les Chênes Residential School
States of Jersey Police
Inglis, Dorothy, née Simpson


Basil Lodge | Royal Court | courts | behaviour | Children | Child Care Officers | children's services | courts | offences | parish hall enquiries | centeniers | Hostels | stealing | vandalism | Boots | theft | Police


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