Comments

Digital copy of Pages 1 to 3 of Notes of a Children's Service and Children's Executive Placement Panel regarding a needs analysis in respect of each child in residential care. [Some details redacted]. For Tony Le Sueur's Second Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 27 July 2015, see C/D/AW2/B3/39/WS000619.

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Reference

C/D/AW2/A3/14/WD007060

Date

November 27th 2008 - November 27th 2008

Scope and Content

Lists Steve McVay, Karen Mundy, Phil Dennett, Sean Pontin and Tony Le Sueur amongst those present at a Placement Panel held at Greenfields Centre on 27 November 2008. Refers to discussions about the future of service provision in response to issues identified in the Andrew Williamson report, outlining reasons identified for the need for a review and reconfiguration of accommodation for children and young people in residential care. Discusses each child currently in residential care alongside known developments of their care plans and agreed action where applicable in relation to children in care at Newways, Greenfields, La Préférence and Heathfield.

Names

Dennett, Phil
Le Sueur, Tony
McVay, Steve
Mundy, Karen
Pontin, Sean
Williamson, Andrew
Children's Executive
Children's Service
Greenfields Centre
Health and Social Services
Heathfield Children's Home
Jersey Association for Youth and Friendship
La Préférence Children's Home
Newways
Royal Court
St Mark's Hostel
States of Jersey

Keywords

Greenfields | Heathfield, St Saviour | La Préférence, St Martin | St Mark's Road | adoption | analysis | child protection | childcare | Children | children's services | IJCI | meetings | Notes | panels | recommendations | residential care | residential homes | reviews | safeguarding | social workers | social work

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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