Comments

Digital copy of witness statement of Police Sergeant 202 Andrew Smith to States of Jersey Police. [Some details redacted].

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Reference

C/D/AW1/A3/1/1/WD001410

Date

June 24th 2008 - June 24th 2008

Scope and Content

Details employment with Police Force dating 26 years, referring to current rank of Detective Sergeant and attachment to Historic Abuse Team. Describes duty dated 24 June 2008 in company of Detective Constable Dave O'Grady and Detective Constable Shane Evans, attending an address. Refers to conversation with a former foster mother and former foster father at a Family Group Home, mentioning arrival of Detective Constable Corinne Cameron and Detective Constable Dave Robinson. Details arrest of the former foster mother and former foster father on suspicion of Grave and Criminal assaults on children in their care between 1967 and 1977. Details search of property, mentioning photographs, photo albums, and hairbrush. Refers to return to States of Jersey Police Station, Rouge Bouillon, and authorisation of detention of the former foster mother and former foster father by custody sergeant Police Sergeant 111 Hayes.

Names

Operation Rectangle
States of Jersey Police
O'Grady, Dave, Detective Constable
Evans, Shane, Detective Constable
Cameron, Corinne, Detective Constable
Robinson, David Peter, Detective Constable
Smith, Andrew
Hayes, Police Sergeant

Keywords

Police Station | arrests | abuse | child abuse | child protection | Children | centeniers | children's homes | evidence | foster homes | foster parents | foster fathers | honorary police | foster mothers | investigations | inquiries | Police | police officers | Photographs | hairbrushes | statements | suspects | witnesses | witness statements

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

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Closed until

2100

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