Digital copy of the Initial Report of the Sexual Abuse Investigation Team 0 - 12 years. Compiled by Child Care Officers Marnie Baudains and Marta Pugsley. For Anton Skinner's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 24 July 2015, see C/D/AW2/B3/8/WS000614.

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September 20th 1989 - September 20th 1989

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Provides details of process of investigations into allegations of abuse regarding children aged under 12 years, mentioning involvement of States of Jersey Police, Children's Services, Anton Skinner, and [Senior Child Care Officer] Anne [Herrod]. Provides details of plans for the future, mentioning developments, prevention, and the organisation of a Study Day to enhance communication between services involved in the response to sexual abuse. Refers to the Children's Office, States of Jersey Police, judiciary, members of the medical profession, health visitors, family support workers, teachers, educational psychologists, Crown Officers, Police Legal Adviser [Ian] Christmas, Probation [and After Care Service] Officers, and psychiatric social workers.


Baudains, Marnie
Christmas, Ian
Herrod, Anne
Pugsley, Marta
Skinner, Anton
Children's Office
Children's Services
Probation and After Care Service
States of Jersey Police


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