Comments

Digital copy of Page 1 of Minutes of a Meeting of the Independent Board of Visitors held at Greenfields Centre on 24 September 2009. [Some details redacted].

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Reference

C/D/AW2/A5/10/WD006174

Date

September 24th 2009 - September 24th 2009

Scope and Content

Lists Jurat G Allo, Jurat J Le Breton, R McLean and Mrs L Pittman [Pitman] as present, and P Dennett, Deputy A Pryke (Minister of Health) [Minister for Health and Social Services] and R Jouault (Acting Chief Executive) as amongst those in attendance. Details matters arising, referring to: the return to work on a non-contract basis of a member of staff suspended from normal duties due to ongoing status of a police investigation; commencement of duties by Mr [Mike] Taylor, Chair of Jersey Child Protection [Committee]; details relating to the advertisement, interview and appointment process for new members of the Board and the re-examination of the constitution; reference to restraint training undertaken by the majority of staff and teachers, noting endorsement of the new method by the Howard League; and comments about the sports hall.

Names

Allo, Geoffrey, Jurat
Dennett, Phil
Jouault, Richard
Le Breton, John, Jurat
McLean, Ron
Pitman, L
Pryke, Anne Enid, Deputy
Taylor, Mike
Appointments Commission
Education Sport and Culture
Greenfields Centre
Health and Social Services
Howard League for Penal Reform
Independent Board of Visitors
Jersey Child Protection Committee
Jersey Evening Post

Keywords

Advertisements | appointments | boards | child protection | Children | constitutions | deputies | evidence | IJCI | investigations | Jurats | meetings | ministers | minutes | Police | Politicians | restraint | suspensions | training | Visitors | witnesses

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

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