Digital copy of Entry by Child Care Officer Jim Thomson relating to Witness 126. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 126. [Some details redacted]. For Witness 126's statement to States of Jersey Police dated 7 to 8 May 2008 see C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/7/WS000132.

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December 30th 1966 - January 9th 1967

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30.12.1966: Refers to visit to Witness 126's home, and Witness 126's present enlistment in the Army. Refers to visit of Witness 126 to the Children's Office, mentioning [Children's Officer] Patricia Thornton. 31.12.1966: Details visit by Jim Thomson to Odeon Cinema with his son to watch Thunderbirds [Thunderbirds Are Go]. Comments on presence and behaviour of Witness 126. 06.01.1967: Comments on [Children's Officer] [C A] Smith's contact regarding offence committed by Witness 126. Refers to Witness 126's intention to be discharged from the Army, and the response of the Army to this intention, mentioning military punishment. 09.01.1967: Comments on Witness 126's discharge from the Army and mentions possibility he spend three months at a Detention Centre or be fined up to £60. Refers to other possibilties of Probation or Approved Schools. Asks for [Haut de la Garenne] [Superintendent] [Colin] Tilbrook's view on the matter.


The British Army
Children's Services
Haut de la Garenne
Odeon Cinema
Thomson, Jim
Thornton, Patricia
Tilbrook, Colin
Thunderbirds Are Go (film)


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