Comments

Digital copy of the Transcript of Day 2 of the hearings for the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry.

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Reference

C/D/AW15/TD000002

Date

July 23rd 2014 - July 23rd 2014

Scope and Content

Evidence from Advocate [Beverley] Lacey, representing the States of Jersey, and Advocate Macrae, representing the States of Jersey Police. Relates to the background to the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry as well as developments in States of Jersey Police's investigation into allegations of historic abuse, Operation Rectangle. Provides details relating to the Historic Abuse Redress Scheme, and the gathering and submisson of historic material, held by the States of Jersey, pertinent and relevant to the Inquiry's work. Details process in which historic and more recent material can be collated and assessed.

Names

Children's Services
Children's Sub-Committee
Chief Minister's Department
Education Committee
Education Committee (Children's Section)
Education Sport and Culture Department
Historic Abuse Redress Scheme
Health and Social Services Department
Jersey Care Leavers' Association
Jersey Archives
Operation Rectangle
Opus 2 International
Social Services
States of Jersey Police
States of Jersey
Cameron, Sandy, Professor
Collins, Alan
Gorst, Ian
Lacey, Beverley, Advocate
Leslie, Alyson
Le Sueur, Terry
MacRae, Robert, Advocate
Oldham, Frances, QC
Pryke, Anne Enid, Deputy
Sadd, Patrick

Keywords

Jersey | Seaton Place | United Kingdom | advocates | abuse | Children | childcare | children's homes | Chief Minister | children's services | Council of Ministers | child abuse | deputies | emotional abuse | hearings | inquiries | lawyers | neglect | Politicians | physical abuse | Police | sexual abuse | social services | transcripts | witnesses

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

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Closed until

2100

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