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Digital copy of Case Notes by a Child Care Officer concerning an interview with Witness 167 and discussion of the quesiton of pocket money for young people such as Witness 167. [Some details redacted]. For Witness 167's Witness Statements to the States of Jersey Police, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/2/12.
August 7th 1982 - August 8th 1982
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Provides details of an interview with Witness 167 at Haut de la Garenne, noting opinion that progress had been made upon its conclusion. States that Witness 167 appears to have reconciled herself to remain at Haut de la Garenne for the forseeable future, referring to examination of the faults and difficulties in the system together. Refers to Witness 167 stating her unhappiness at the thought of [her sibling] starting Hautlieu [School] and describes analysis of her school report. Also describes seeing Witness 167 at Haut de la Garenne after being phoned to do so, describing improvements with respect to her outlook and maturity. Refers to promise to take up the situation regarding pocket money for children who have remained at school, describing current provision as inadequate. Provides details of subsequent discussion about the question of pocket money for young people such as Witness 167 with the Children's Officer. Notes general consensus that the current amount is inadequate, noting opinion regarding increases for children staying at school when they turn 16 up until their 18th birthday. Includes remarks about the new proposed amounts being a step in the right direction.
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