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Digital copy of a Report on Witness 213 by B Chappell, Senior Child Care Officer. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 213. For Witness 213's witness statements to the States of Jersey Police, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/2/26.
November 7th 1974 - November 7th 1974
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Provides information about Witness 213, including year of birth, religion and information about her parents, noting that the whereabouts of her natural father are unknown and her stepfather was divorced by her mother in 1973. Refers to permission being given by the Children's Sub-Committee on 18 September 1974 to explore opportunities for the placement of Witness 213 in a Training Hostel in the United Kingdom. Refers to a vacancy at a Hostel administered by a Roman Catholic Order of Nuns, noting policy of the Hostel to accept any young person in need of help regardless of religion. Includes a description of Hostel, including capacity, age of residents, premises, facilities, conditions, standard of care and cost. Includes comments about Witness 213's education, noting her being offered a place at a school for girls and comments on her time at St Helier Girls' School. Finishes with recommendation that permission be given for Witness 213's transfer to the Training Hostel.
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