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Digital copy of Page 2 of a Report on residents at Les Chenes Residential School. Undated, c. 1986. [Some details redacted]. Taken from Witness 387's Children's Services Client File. For Witness 387's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/2/40/WS000366.
1986 - 1986
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Provides information relating to Witness 387, mentioning his date of admission to Les Chenes Residential School as 26 March 1986. Provides a description of Witness 387's family, and their association with the Children's Department. Refers to concern regarding the poor standard of care in the family, and two older children in the family being made subject to Fit Person Orders in 1970. Notes that the family receives support, and that the children have been admitted to residential care since due to [an individual's] confinement and illnesses. Details Witness 387's difficulties in adapting to secondary school, noting attendance at school and his behaviour at home. Refers to improvements in Witness 387's behaviour following a temporary placement at Haut de la Garenne. Refers to Witness 387's increasingly poor attendance during 1985, leading to his 24 hour sentence at the Attendance Centre and Probation. Notes that further offences led to Witness 387's reappearance before the Court and his admission to Les Chenes as a condition of his Probation Order. Refers to Witness 387 as having settled at Les Chenes reasonably well, noting his demeanour and personality. Refers to concern for Witness 387's poor self-image, referring to his family, and reactions to his family by others.
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