Digital copy of Exhibit PV7: Notes on the Working Party on the DHSS [Department of Health and Social Security] Report held on 12 November 1981. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Pauline Vautier's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 23 June 2015, [C/D/AW2/B3/33/WS000601].

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November 12th 1981 - November 12th 1981

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Lists those present, and notes absences. Provides details of meeting, noting discussion regarding staff development and training. Also discusses accommodation available for staff and children in care. [For a copy of these Notes, see C/D/AW2/A7/40/WD005858].


Baal, Anne, Deputy
Chappell, Brenda
Falla, M
Guyer, J, Dr
Jayne, Miss
Lambert, David
Quenault, Enid, Deputy
Rodhouse, John
Vautier, Pauline
Skinner, Anton
Smith, Charles
Thomson, Jim
Wilkinson, Elizabeth
Brig-y-Don Children's Home
Children's Services
Children's Sub-Committee
Department of Health and Social Security
Department of Health and Social Security Social Work Service
Education Committee
Education Committee (Children's Section)
Education Department
Haut de la Garenne
Health and Social Services Committee
Jersey Medical Society
Les Chênes Residential School
La Préférence Children's Home
National Nursery Examination Board
Social Security Committee
States of Jersey


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