Digital copy of a Letter from Child Care Officer R Davenport to a St Peter's resident. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 154. For Witness 154's statements to States of Jersey Police, see C/D/AW1/B1/20.

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November 7th 1986 - November 7th 1986

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Refers to Director of Education John Rodhouse and Children's Officer T W Strettle. Offers condolences on the death of an individual, and thanks the St Peter's resident for a card and fruit. Discusses individuals, noting the intention that one be under the supervision of a Probation Officer and will therefore not return to Prison. Refers to the second individual's behaviour, and her lack of interest in supporting herself through employment. Refers to children cared for by the [Education] Department in a small children's home [Blanche Pierre Family Group Home], discussing their progress. Refers to a boy who has lost both parents, and assistance provided to the boy by a Catholic Priest. Refers to the boys' attendance at Catholic Church, and his altar-serving and footballing activities. Comments on possibility that the St Peter's resident could build up a normal Aunt and Uncle relationship with one of the children at [Blanche Pierre].


Blanche Pierre Family Group Home
Children's Services
Education Department
Probation and After Care Service
Davenport, Richard
Rodhouse, John
Strettle, Terry


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