Digital copy of the Transcript of Day 92 of the hearings for the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry.

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August 5th 2015 - August 5th 2015

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Evidence from John Rodhouse relating to his experiences of working in child care services in Jersey.


Brig-y-Don Children's Home
Children's Services
Children's Department
Education Committee
Essex County Council
Education Department
Haut de la Garenne
Health and Social Services
La Préférence Children's Home
Jersey Democratic Movement
Jersey Evening Post
Mont à l'Abbé School
National Health Service
Operation Rectangle
Opus 2 International
Health and Social Services Committee
Housing Committee
Rotary Club
States of Jersey Police
States of Jersey
Social Services
Cameron, Sandy, Professor
Chappell, Brenda
Crill, Peter
Jerram, Harriet
Leslie, Alyson
Lambert, David
Le Sueur, Tony
Mallet, Ernie
Oldham, Frances, QC
Rodhouse, John
Russell, Bertrand
Sadd, Patrick
Skinner, Anton
Smith, Charles
Thomson, Jim
Wimberley, H C A
Wilkinson, Elizabeth
Whitehead, A N


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