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Digital copy of Social Services Records as supplied by Lacey Advocates in relation to Witness 220's application to the Historic Abuse Redress Scheme. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 220.
1953 - 1969
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Contains Assessment Reports, Case Histories, School Reports, Psychiatric Reports, Memoranda, Discharge Sheets, Letters, Correspondence, Acts of the Royal Court, Admission Sheets, Reports, Police Reports, Lists, Forms of application for admission for a child to the care of the Education Committee, Case Discussions, Records of Visits, Case Notes, and Binding Over Orders. Refers to the Children's Office, Royal Court, Children's Department, Haut de la Garenne, St Helier Boys' School, Child Guidance Clinic, Les Quennevais School, St Orchodd Parish Hall, St Mark's School, the Prison Board, Education Committee, Grand Vaux School, St Helier Welfare Department, Royal Court, Magistrate's Court, States of Jersey Police, Psychiatric Clinic, General Hospital, and the Police Court. Names Dr [J P F] Fogarty, Consultant Psychiatrist Dr W Lumsden Walker, Les Quennevais School headmaster J F Watts, Greffier Substitute A W Fauvel, Deputy Judicial Greffier J E Le Cornu, Police Inspector R Ford, P/Sgt [Police Sergeant] Neely, PC [Police Constable] A McMillan, PC [Police Constable] Schofield, PC [Police Constable] Le Breton, P/Sgt [Police Sergeant] Le Sueur, Children's Officer Patricia Thornton, Viscount H V Benest, Mrs [G] Gulliver, Child Care Officer Mr [Jim] Thomson, Dr Williams, Miss Queree, F J Drummond of Jersey Motor Transport Company Limited, Centenier Buesnel, Mr Hill of Les Quennevais School, Grands Vaux School Headmaster Mr Clarke, Grand Vaux Deputy Headmaster Mr Fauvel, Judicial Greffier P E Le Couteur, and Attorney General H F C [Herbert Frank Cobbold] Ereaut. Refers to psychiatric social workers, probation, Care and Protection Orders, cruelty, Church of England, physical abuse, the Prison Governor, corporal punishment, detention rooms, cigarettes, parents, vicars, Gorey Pier, F B Fields, treatment, and First Tower.
Gorey Pier | First Tower | Haut de la Garenne | Grève de Lecq | F B Fields | applications | assessments | Attorneys General | acts | admissions | binding over orders | Case Notes | care orders | child protection | cruelty | Cigarettes | case histories | children's homes | Children | Correspondence | Church of England | corporal punishment | Constables | Child Care Officers | Children's Officers | case conferences | centeniers | courts | discharges | doctors | detention rooms | Education | evidence | fathers | greffiers | headteachers | inspectors | IJCI | Letters | mothers | memoranda | psychiatric social workers | mental health | Police Constables | parish halls | prison governors | psychiatrists | Police | police sergeants | probation | police officers | physical abuse | police reports | parents | physical abuse | royal courts | redress schemes | reports | records | school reports | Schools | treatment | teachers | viscounts | visits | vicars | witnesses
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