Comments

Digital copy of Documents relating to Witness 167's association with a young male. [Some details redacted]. For Witness 167's Witness Statements to the States of Jersey Police, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/2/12.

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Reference

C/D/AW1/A1/15/WD008511

Date

May 9th 1983 - May 9th 1983

Scope and Content

• Case Note dated [9] May 1983. Describes being told by Haut de la Garenne that Witness 167 had been reported to the Police as a missing person after she failed to return after going out. Notes belief that Witness 167 was in the company of a 19 year old male who had contacted the police to assure them that Witness 167 was safe and that she had no intention of returning to Haut de la Garenne. Notes subsequent confirmation by Witness 167 of this and expression of her intention to seek a job and flat with assistance from the young male. Refers to being informed that Witness 167 collected her clothes from Haut de la Garenne without detection and describes subsequent contact made to the police to report her as missing. • Case Note dated [10] May 1983. Notes attempts to ascertain Witness 167's whereabouts, mentioning contact with Hautlieu [School] and arrangements to see Witness 167 in the presence of Mr Worrell at Hautlieu to ascertain her plans. Refers Witness 167's account of the weekend events told to Mr Worrell and notes conversation where the young male explained his intentions to financially support and seek rented accommodation for Witness 167 until such a time that she is able to do so for herself. Notes agreement by Witness 167 to report to Mr Worrell daily to inform him of her whereabouts. • Case Note dated [11] May 1983. Refers to Witness 167 being in school noting her adamance that she will not return. Refers to her remaining at an address until the young male has found accommodation for her. • Case Note dated [12] May 1983. Refers to a telephone call from Mr Worrell noting that Witness 167 did not stay where she had said and that her whereabouts were unknown. • Case Note dated [13] May 1983. Refers to arrangements made with Mr Worrell to see Witness 167 at Hautlieu, noting her continued refusal to return to Haut de la Garenne and determination to allow the young male to support despite attempts to explain concerns of the Education Committee. Includes remarks by Witness 167 about the nature of her relationship with the young male and the condition of her accommodation. Refers to discussion of the situation with Mrs Chappell and agreement to offer Witness 167 a place at Camelot. Provides details of an office visit by Witness 167 and the young male, commenting on the man's wealth and expression of his intentions to support Witness 167 by finding her a job and supporting her financially including private tuition should she wish to pursue further education. Notes agreement that Witness 167 consider Camelot until completion of her examinations and searches for employment. • Case Note dated [16] May 1983. Refers to lack of news from Witness 167 regarding her whereabouts, referring to reiteration of the importance of this to Mr Worrell. Also refers to numerous attempts to contact the young male at his works. • Case Note dated [17] May 1983. Refers to a telephone call from Mr Worrell notifying of Witness 167's movements, referring to her residence with a family for an indefinite period with the consent of the young male who will pay her board and lodge. Notes conversation with the young male detailing her intentions to pay for Witness 167 to stay with the family, subsidise her rent when or if Witness 167 decides to leave school and open a private bank account for Witness 167. Notes decision to seek advice from the Attorney General and arrangements to discuss Witness 167's situation. • Memorandum dated 9 May 1983 from K Purvis, Deputy Superintendent, Haut de la Garenne to Anton Skinner, Senior Child Care Officer concerning Witness 167. For the attention of R Davenport, Child Care Officer. Refers to Witness 167 going out on 8 May [1983] saying she was visiting her friend, noting that she failed to return to Haut de la Garenne at the arranged time. Describes a subsequent phone call received from a young man. Provides details of correspondence to ascertain Witness 167's whereabouts resulting in her being reported as missing to the Police. Refers to a phone call from Witness 167 saying that she had no intention of returning to Haut de la Garenne as she had a flat and a job and could adequately care for herself. Notes that Witness 167 subsequently collected her clothes from Haut de la Garenne without detection and lack of contact with her since despite reports of many sightings. • Case Notes dated 9, 10, 12, 13 and 17 May 1983 by a Child Care Officer concerning Witness 167's association with a 19 year old male. Refers to Haut de la Garenne informing the Duty Officer that Witness 167 had claimed unilateral declaration of independence and police informed. Notes message received from the young male assuring the Police that Witness 167 was safe and with him, noting that Witness 167 later returned to Haut de la Garenne to collect clothes. Notes information received from Mr Worrall, Headmaster of Hautlieu School regarding Witness 167's whereabouts and accommodation situation and intentions of the young male in respect of supporting Witness 167. Notes telephone call informing that Witness 167's whereabouts was unknown and had not attended school. Describes a meeting Witness 167 and Mr Worrall at Hautlieu School, noting Witness 167's adamance that she will not return to Haut de la Garenne and offer of accommodation at the Girls' Hostel. Refers to the young male continuing his search of accommodation for Witness 167 and subsequent meeting with Witness 167 and the young male during which he reiterated his intention to support Witness 167 until she is able to do so herself in respect of accommodation, financial support and private tuition. Refers to taking Witness 167 to the Girls' Hostel with a view of her moving there and accommodation plans for her in the meantime. Describes intentions of the young male to support Witness 167 by paying her board and lodging, clothing allowance and daily living expenses whilst she lives [with a family] and assisting her with private tuition and opening a bank account, and Witness 167's intentions to leave school after exams and secure a job. • Memorandum dated 19 May 1983 from Mrs B Chappell, Senior Child Care Officer to Mr C A Smith, Children's Officer. Confirms that following consultation with the Attorney General concerning Witness 167's situation regarding intentions of a young male to support her by paying her board and lodging, clothing allowance and daily living expenses whilst she lives [with a family], there is no action the Department can take to remove her or pursue the young male for his actions.

Names

Chappell, Brenda
Davenport, Richard
Purvis, Keith
Skinner, Anton
Smith, Charles
Worrall, Mr
Attorney General
Camelot Girls' Hostel
Children's Department
Children's Office
Education Committee
Haut de la Garenne
Hautlieu School
States of Jersey Police

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Language

English

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