Digital copy of an Officer's Report by DC [Detective Constable] Graham Slatter to the Senior Investigating Officer of Operation Rectangle regarding Witness 803. [Some details redacted].

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April 22nd 2008 - April 22nd 2008

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Refers to contact with Witness 803 dated 21 April 2008, mentioning Haut de la Garenne, her grandmother, and foster care. Notes belief that an individal was able to adopt Witness 803 due to a friend on the adoption panel. Provides details of physical and sexual abuse by Witness 803's adopted father. Notes divorce of adopted father and adopted mother, and remarriage of adopted father. Describes chaotic lifestyle affecting Witness 803, mentioning other foster placements and placements at Heathfield [Children's Homes], as well as in hostels. Refers to Witness 803's present circumstances, mentioning marriage, children, and address. Notes lack of complaint to be made by Witness 803 regarding her treatment at care homes on Jersey. Refers to convictions, thefts, assaults, arrests, and drugs offences relating to an individual. Refers to Witness 803's driving offences dated 2005. Refers to the retirement of an individual, and heart attacks. Notes arrest of an individual dated December 2007.


Operation Rectangle
Haut de la Garenne
Heathfield Children's Home
Slatter, Graham, Detective Constable
States of Jersey Police


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