Digital copy of Page 4 from minutes of a Children's Sub-Committee meeting held at Education Department, Pier Road on 10 August 1966. [Some details redacted].

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August 10th 1966 - August 10th 1966

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Refers to the salaries of the Deputy Superintendent and Assistant Matron at Haut de la Garenne, and consideration of the question of admission forms for children committed to Haut de la Garenne, noting diffculties surrounding children being admitted on the weekend in respect of the Constable of St Helier not wishing anyone other than himself or Mr Sherry to sign the form in contrast to other parishes. Notes authorisation of Superintendent to accept children on an authorisation signed by a police constable. Comments on present regulations for the use of detention rooms at Haut de la Garenne, requesting that the Children's Officer and Superintendent in consultation with the Medical Officer Health prepare draft regulations for consideration. Notes decision to allow La Préférence Children's Home to use the Junior Training Centre without charge for two weeks and recommendation that fees be charged for adoption enquiries undertaken by the Children's Department on behalf of solicitors from the United Kingdom.


Sherry, Mr
Children's Department
Children's Sub-Committee
Constable of St Helier
Education Committee
Haut de la Garenne
Junior Training Centre
La Préférence Children's Home
Law Officers' Department


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