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Digital copy of a Report submitted by Police Constable Anton Cornelissen concerning teaching staff at Victoria College further to a criminal investigation into allegations of indecent assault by Andrew Jervis-Dykes. [Some details redacted]. For Sir Michael Birt's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 30 November 2015, see C/D/AW4/B2/21/WS000680.
February 3rd 1999 - February 3rd 1999
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Refers to rumours about the sexual preferences of Andrew Jervis-Dykes having been prolific and widely known amongst current and ex-pupils at Victoria College and their parents. Describes interviewing a number of teachers at Victoria College including the Headmaster Jack Hydes and Deputy Headmaster Piers Baker, noting that the teaching staff were also familiar with various rumours in circulation, expressing concern regarding the inaction of the teaching staff in respect of the rumours. Sets out details of events related to the investigation and details actions of individual members of staff that gave cause for concern during the course of the investigation, referring to Jack Hydes, Piers Baker and David Rotherham. Includes a schedule of events concerning the Andrew-Jervis Dykes investigation including offences not subject to criminal proceedings, noting that all victims were Victoria College pupils at the time of the alleged offences. Details 14 allegations against Jervis-Dykes between 1981 and 1995 and events relating to the action of David Rotherham and Piers Baker between 1996 and 1998.
Ashcroft, Carl, Advocate
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