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Digital copy of Exhibit WB21: 1. Opinion on Charging [in relation to two houseparents of a Family Group Home between the years 1967 and 1977]. Produced by Stephen Baker of BakerPlatt; 2. Report titled Maguires - Advice on Assault Charges, relating to Alan and Jane Maguire, former houseparents at Blanche Pierre Family Group Home. Report produced by Crown Advocate Stephen Baker; 3. Memorandum from Crown Advocate Stephen Baker to Attorney General [William Bailhache] on the subject of Advice on Charging Mr [Alan] Maguire re sexual allegations; 4. Charging Opinion in relation to a member of staff at Haut de la Garenne between 1962 and 1971. Produced by Stephen Baker of BakerPlatt; 5. [Redacted] Statement of [an individual] Supplementary Charging Opinion. Produced by BakerPlatt; 6. Allegations concerning [a former Haut de la Garenne and Children's Services employee]; Advice on Charging. Produced by Stephen Baker of BakerPlatt; 7. Email correspondence between John Edmonds, Timothy Le Cocq, William Bailhache, Stephen Baker, and Simon Thomas, concerning charging advice relating to [a former member of staff at Haut de la Garenne and Children's Services]; 8. Charging Advice by BakerPlatt relating to additional statements by individuals containing complaints of abuse against [a former member of staff at Haut de la Garenne and Children's Services]; and 9. Advice [on a former member of staff at Les Chênes Residential School between 1980 and 2004]. Produced by Stephen Baker of BakerPlatt. [Some details redacted]. Used in relation to William Bailhache's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 22 January 2016, see C/D/AW4/B2/31/WS000701.
Date: July 14th 2008 - November 27th 2009
Digital copy of Acting Police Inspector Peter Hewlett's Witness Statement to the Inquiry. [Some details redacted].
Date: December 3rd 2014 - December 3rd 2014
File relating to the Treatment of Alcoholism. Includes correspondence concerning: alcohol policy, and Drinkwise Day. Also an alcohol policy for the public sector, details of an alcohol training day, and a Committee paper regarding the implementation of the alcohol policy
Date: May 8th 1992 - April 27th 1994
File relating to Alcohol Policy. Includes correspondence concerning: alcohol and drugs policies. Also includes example and model policies, a discussion document, notes, the terms of reference and minutes of the Working Party, copies of presentation slides, a code on substance misuse at work, a procedure, a journal article on alcohol awareness, details of training courses, and a Committee paper
Date: 198311 - August 25th 2000
Photograph of Dr Peter Ingram, an expert on alcoholism urging for the topic to be openly discussed in public in order to destigmatise the issue, and photographs of Father Louis Emile Gabriel Coty.
Date: February 4th 1972 - February 14th 1972
File number: 70
Page number: 13
Images of the location of Alcoholics Anonymous Jersey. These images are suggested to have been taken in relation to a court case.
Date: August 5th 1977 - August 5th 1977
Photographer: Ron Mayne
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1977/4687.
Image of Margaret John, chief counsellor with the Jersey Council on Alcoholism and author of The Genetic Factor of Alcohol Dependence, a new book exploring the theory that alcoholism is hereditary, published under the auspices of the National Council on Alcoholism. Taken at the council's offices at Colomberie Chambers in Green Street [from JEP 07/05/1981 p 14].
Date: April 27th 1981 - April 27th 1981
Photographer: Gary Grimshaw
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7327.
Images of Edward Hannaford, Pearl Le Clerq and Cyril Atkins taken for an article on how their lives have been affected by mental illness. Part of a series of articles to mark International Year of Disabled People [from JEP 30/05/1981 p 7].
Date: May 22nd 1981 - May 22nd 1981
Photographer: Peter Mourant
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1981/7599.
Letter to Francis Laffoley from Beckshaven West Clive Hawke's Bay New Zealand from Frederick Beck giving news of his brother George Laffoley who has not mended his ways and is currently in prison in Naples for being constantly drunk and that he hopes that George will take the interest from his income and leave the capital because he fears that George would soon drink himself to death. Frederick Beck suggests that a guardian should be appointed for George and that perhaps this should be George's friend a blacksmith who lives in Hastings and that letters for George should be sent care of John Macillroq of Hastings Hawkes Bay New Zealand
Date: 1906 - 1906
Date: 1984 - 1984
Date: 1984 - 1984