Comments

Digital copy of the Report of a Working Party to consider the implications of the Criminal Justice Act 1982. For John Rodhouse's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 22 July 2015, see C/D/AW2/B3/22/WS000612.

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Reference

C/D/AW2/A7/29/WD006308

Date

July 12th 1983 - July 12th 1983

Scope and Content

Relates to a meeting on 12 July 1983 convened by the Bailiff Sir Frank Ereaut to set up a Working Party to consider the implications of the Criminal Justice Act 1982. Includes an introduction listing those in attendance at the meeting and outlining the Terms of Reference given to the Working Party. Sets out the conclusions of the Working Party, particularly in relation to the application of the concept of youth custody, remand procedures, applications for bail, compensation orders, community service, attendance centre orders and the Children (Jersey) Law 1969. Also includes an appendix on the subject on remands in custody.

Names

Coppock, Geoffrey Henry Charles
Crill, Peter
Ellis, John, Senator
Ereaut, Sir Frank, Bailiff of Jersey 1975 - 1985
Fenoughty, P D
Jeune, Reg, Senator
Mourant, Philip, Deputy
Perrée, Henry, Jurat
Rodhouse, John
Smith, Charles
Wheeler, E K
Children's Office
Education Committee
Education Department
Les Chênes Residential School
Probation Committee
Prison Board
Royal Court
States of Jersey
Young Offenders Centre

Keywords

Les Chênes, Five Oaks | admissions | bail | borstals | childcare | Children | Children's Officers | children's services | Correspondence | convictions | crime | evidence | IJCI | legislation | Notes | Orders | procedures | recommendations | remand | remand centres | reports | residential schools | working parties | young offenders

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

PDF file - please click on the link to download

Closed until

2100

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