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Digital copy of Page 1 of Short Descriptive Notes of an interview with a former member of staff at Les Chênes and Greenfields conducted by Civilian Investigator Mark Cane in the presence of Detective Constable Julie Jackson in Interview Room 4, Rouge Bouillon Police Station. [Some details redacted]. For Witness 631's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police dated 17 November 2008, see C/D/AW1/B1/5/13/WS000451.
February 4th 2009 - February 4th 2009
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Provides an account of the man's recollections of his time working at Les Chênes and Greenfields. Refers to his appoinment at Les Chênes in 1991, description of his role, comments about the staffing situation upon his arrival, previous teaching experience, use of the secure unit, admissions policy and involvement in trips to Guernsey and France. Refers to the first child being sent to Les Chênes on remand from the Youth Court 3 or 4 years after taking up his post at Les Chênes. Also includes comments about children who were resident in his early years at Les Chênes. [For Pages 5 and 6 of these Short Descriptive Notes which refer to Witness 631, see C/D/AW1/A3/9/15/WD003984].
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