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Digital copy of a Form of application for admission of a child to the care of the Education Committee in respect of Witness 140. Signed by M Graham, Child Care Assistant. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 140. For Witness 140's witness statements to the States of Jersey Police and the Inquiry, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/2/9.
June 29th 1973 - June 29th 1973
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Gives details about Witness 140 including year and place of birth, religion and baptism. Cites behaviour problems and mother's inability to cope as reason for Witness 140's admission. Includes details about parents, including father's date and place of birth, mother's year of birth, and year and place of marriage in Jersey. Includes previous dates on which Witness 140 has been received into care. Includes information about Witness 140's medical history, including details of serious illnesses or disability mentioning bronchitis and recurring enteritis. Lists Dr [John] Swann of Grosvenor Street as the family doctor. Includes other relevant information regarding Witness 140. Notes that Witness 140's admission was requested by Dr Swann, outlining his opinion that Witness 140 was in need of discipline. Includes comments about Witness 140's mother health and Witness 140's father's attitude towards his children, including Witness 140. Refers to placements at Brig-y-Don and Haut de la Garenne.
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