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Digital copy of a Report by Child Care Officer Mr [Richard] Davenport and Children's Officer A J Skinner. [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.
October 26th 1987 - October 26th 1987
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Provides details relating to Witness 154's family, noting contact with the [Children's] Department dating from January 1977. Refers to violence and abusive language within Witness 154's family home, mentioning alcohol, damage to the family home, and the effect of the atmosphere on the children within the home. Refers to divorces, and a Social Enquiry report prepared by the [Children's] Department for the Petty Debts Court. Notes that the Care and Control of the children was vested in their mother, with access granted to a father. Notes occasions on which the States of Jersey Police were called to Witness 154's home to manage the situation between Witness 154's mother and her partners. Refers to a child's appearance before the Jersey Juvenile Court dated 1981 on charges of using foul and abusive language to a neighbour. Refers to [Witness 154's mother] being fined £20 by Jersey Magistrates Court, and a binding over order issued for two years. Provides details of the transfer of the care of the children between their stepfather and mother. Discusses temporary placement of the children with other individuals in St Clement. Refers to erratic financial and emotional support provided to the children by a father, noting parental contributions and the Education Accounts Department. Refers to the placement of Witness 154 and his siblings at Family Group Home [Blanche Pierre Family Group Home] with houseparents [Alan and Jane] Maguire. Refers to the death of a child's father. Provides details regarding the Care of Witness 154 and his siblings, mentioning Care and Control vested in their mother, and their admission to Voluntary Care at their mother's request. Comments on Witness 154's father's death, and Witness 154's progress at school, [Blanche Pierre], and within the Catholic Church, mentioning his participation in Mass as an alter boy. Suggests that in order to secure Witness 154's future, a Parental Rights Order should be secured in respect of him.
Blanche Pierre Family Group Home
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