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Digital copy of a Letter from Children's Officer T W Strettle to Secretary and Principal ADC [Aide-de-camp] to the Lieutenant Governor Cmdr [Commander] D M L Braybrooke. [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.
April 28th 1987 - April 28th 1987
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Provides details of Witness 154's family's background, mentioning children admitted into the Care of the Education Committee prior to their mother's death in 1986. Refers to marriages and divorces, noting Care and Control vested in an individual, following one such divorce. States unknown whereabouts of one of Witness 154 or his siblings' fathers, mentioning supervision by the Probation Office in Jersey. Refers to arrangements made for a female child to live at the Girls' Hostel [Camelot Girls' Hostel], and the female child's subsequent decision to live elsewhere. Refers to letters written to the [Children's] Department by an individual regarding his interest in Witness 154 and his siblings, noting concerns raised by the Welfare Officer. Refers to visits to Witness 154 and his siblings at [Blanche Pierre Family] Group Home by their relatives.
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