Digital copy of a Note from [Child Care Officer] J H Thomson regarding a meeting with the Solicitor General [P L Crill] in respect of Witness 355. Copy sent to C H Tilbrook, Supt [Superintendent], Haut de la Garenne. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 355. For Witness 355's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police dated 7 April 2008, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/36/WS000159.

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June 29th 1966 - June 29th 1966

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Names the Solicitor General, the Headmaster at St Helier Boys' School Mr [A] Downer, the Superintendent at Haut de la Garenne Mr [Colin] Tilbrook, the Children's Officer Miss [Patricia] Thornton, the Probation Officer Mr [V P] James, and Thomson as present at the meeting. Refers to discussion regarding the future disposal of Witness 355 following his appearance at the Royal Court, noting indication by the Solicitor General that his recommendations to the Court should be that Witness 355 be remanded for an Approved School report. Refers to agreement by the Solicitor General to delay Witness 355's appearance at the Royal Court until the outcome of his interview at [a special school] was known, following representations made by Thornton, Tilbrook and Thomson.


Crill, Peter
Downer, A
James, V P
Thomson, Jim
Thornton, Patricia
Tilbrook, Colin
Children's Services
Royal Court
St Helier Boys' School


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