Digital copy of an Application Form relating to the Historic Abuse Redress Scheme as supplied by Lacey Advocates, in respect of Witness 30. [Some details redacted].

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September 19th 2012 - September 19th 2012

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1. Includes personal details of Witness 30. 2. Includes details of Witness 30's Representative, Advocate Debra Corbel of Bedell Group, 26 New Street, St Helier, Jersey. 3. Details of care: refers to Witness 30's tenure in the residential care of the States of Jersey between 1980 and 1986 at Haut de la Garenne. Refers to family background, mentioning brothers and physical abuse by Witness 30's parents. Refers to a letter written by Witness 30, attached. Refers to Witness 30's attendance at La Pouquelaye Junior School between 1975 and 1981, and his attendance at Grainville School between 1981 and 1986, before leaving school at 15 years old. Names other children in care with Witness 210. 4. Details abuse at Haut de la Garenne by a male individual, mentioning warnings from other children at Haut de la Garenne. Details physical and emotional abuse by Mario Lundy whilst Mario Lundy was in charge of Haut de la Garenne. Recalls incident in which Mario Lundy physically abused another resident. 5. Complaints of abuse: comments on occasions on which he reported abuse to his teachers at Grainville School. Details Witness 30's movements since leaving Haut de la Garenne, mentioning a hostel and employment. Also refers to Witness 30's difficulties due to abuse sustained during his youth. Refers to the Police investigation [Operation Rectangle] into historic abuse allegations at Haut de la Garenne, and the impact of the investigation on his health. Mentions referral by his General Practitioner Dr B Ellis to psychologist Mr Bill White at Westmount Hospital. Refers to Witness 30's difficulty sustaining employment due to abuse sustained in his youth. 6. Criminal proceedings: refers to meetings with the Police whilst Witness 30 was resident at Haut de la Garenne, commenting on the belief his complaints were not taken seriously. 11. Declaration of truthfulness: signed by Witness 30 on 19 September 2012 in the presence of Advocate Edward Drummond. Authority for access to Medical Practitioner Records: signed by Witness 30 on 19 September 2012, naming Dr Brian Ellis of 41 David Place, Dr Michael Overton, Dr Brendon [Brendan] Kellet, and Dr Bill White of the Westmount [Overdale] Hospital. Statement of Witness 30 dated 4 June 2012. Details placement at Haut de la Garenne in 1980 following emotional and physical abuse by his parents. Refers to emotional, physical, and sexual abuse taking place at Haut de la Garenne. Refers to his difficulties at school as a result of his experiences at home and at Haut de la Garenne. Details long term consequences of abuse, mentioning mental health, alcoholism, and difficulties in relationships and employment. Refers to the public apology and acknowledgement regarding abuse at Haut de la Garenne, and refers to the employees under scrutiny, such as Mr [Tony] Jordan, and Witness 30's attempts to defend him.


Bedell Cristin Advocates
Grainville School
Haut de la Garenne
Historic Abuse Redress Scheme
Lacey Advocates
Mourant Ozannes
Operation Rectangle
States of Jersey Police
States of Jersey
Corbel, Debra
Ellis, Brian, Dr
Jordan, Tony
Kellett, Brendan
Lundy, Mario
Overton, Michael, Dr
Overdale Hospital
White, Bill, Dr


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