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Jersey Care Inquiry: Staff shortages brought into question


In his opening address, Counsel to the Inquiry, Patrick Sadd said remaining witnesses who lived at the care home between 1970 and up until its closure in 1986, will tell of sexual abuse from staff, other children, those visiting the home and even in one case a child who was taken from home during the night.

The Independent Jersey Care Inquiry is charged with finding out what went wrong in th island’s care system from the end of the Second World War.

The panel holds hearings at its Seaton Place HQ.

Barristers: Patrick Sadd
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