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Digital copy of the First Witness Statement of Barry Kenneth Faudemer, Director of Enforcement at the Jersey Financial Services Commission, to the Inquiry providing an account of his experiences of serving with States of Jersey Police from 1979 to 2007. [Some details redacted].
October 23rd 2015 - October 23rd 2015
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Provides information about his background including an overview of his career history with the States of Jersey Police from 1979. Refers to his time as head of the Child Protection Team from 1994 to 1996, Inspector in Command of the Operational Support Unit/Administrative Support Unit and Detective Inspector in charge of the Police and Customs Joint Financial Crimes Unit from 2002 to 2007. Describes his involvement in investigating child abuse, setting out details of the creation of the Child Protection Team and comments about colleagues involved in the initial process. Comments on his time in the Child Protection Team, setting out details of Committee Multi Agency Child Protection Training and its implications for Jersey. Also includes comments about Criminal Investigation Department training and specific Child Protection Team training such as training sessions from the Lucy Faithfull Foundation. Sets out details of interaction between the Child Protection Team and Children's Services, referring to meetings held every Friday and comments about particular cases to demonstrate the working relationship between Children's Services and the States of Jersey Police. Describes dealing with allegations against Children's Services staff, including a former member of staff at Haut de la Garenne and Heathfield. Includes comments on the matters of corroboration and resourcing and sets out details of his experience as Inspector in Command of the Operational Support Unit/Administrative Support Unit from 1996 to 1997. Describes his involvement in the Jersey Child Protection Committee, referring to his role in its establishment and his recollections of Child Protection Case Conferences. Includes comments about the Kathie Bull Review of Les Chênes, including remarks about staff at Les Chênes and a description of his interaction with Tom McKeon, Director Education. Includes comments about his involvement in specific child abuse investigations, particularly the Alan and Jane Maguire and Victoria College investigations. Also comments on allegations relating to missing documents, including concerns raised by Anton Cornelissen regarding missing evidence in respect of the Victoria College investigation. Sets out details of his achivements during his time in the Child Protection Team and the Criminal Investigation Department and includes reflections on his career with the States of Jersey Police. Statement finishes with possible recommendations to improve child protection in Jersey.
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