Comments

Digital copy of a Case Note by Child Care Officer A Skinner. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 145. Used as evidence in relation to Witness 145's witness statements to the Inquiry dated 1 March 2015, and Witness 145's statement to States of Jersey Police dated 16 April 2008 [C/D/AW1/B1/5/1].

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Reference

C/D/AW1/A3/9/3/WD004485

Date

July 1st 1976 - August 30th 1976

Scope and Content

Summarised Report for July and August 1976. Refers to an individual's appearance before the Magistrates Court, and conviction for two counts of assault on Witness 145. Refers to a newspaper cutting from the JEP [Jersey Evening Post]. Notes application to the Royal Court for a Care and Protection Order in respect of Witness 145. Details improvements in Witness 145's behaviour in and out of school following his arrival at an [individual's] home, also mentioning an improvement in Witness 145's enuresis. Notes regular contact between Witness 145 and his parents, and expectation that [Educational Psychologist] [Jim] Hollywood will see Witness 145. Refers to the Bailiff's granting of an application for Care and Protection in respect of Witness 145 as presented at the Royal Court. Details arrangements to visit two individuals regarding problems involved with Witness 145's case.

Names

Children's Services
Jersey Evening Post
Magistrates Court
Royal Court
Hollywood, Jim
Skinner, Anton

Keywords

applications | Bailiffs | Case Notes | childcare | Children | Child Care Officers | children's services | courts | care orders | evidence | enuresis | educational psychologists | Education | families | IJCI | Newspaper cuttings | offences | convictions | parents | reports | Schools | witnesses

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

PDF file - please click on the link to download

Closed until

2100

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