Sexual abuse of girl residents also occurred to an alarming extent. One other member of the staff was convicted in of sexual assaults on boys and another was under police investigation for alleged sexual abuse during the Tribunal's hearings and until his death in August The Deputy Headteacher of the Community's school was also convicted in July of unlawful sexual intercourse with a girl resident under 16 years and sentenced to 6 months' imprisonment. The Tribunal is aware of 16 male former residents of Ystrad Hall School who have complained of sexual abuse by members of the staff six have been named.
Sexual abuse of girl residents also occurred to an alarming extent. The Tribunal is aware of 16 male former residents of Ystrad Hall School who have complained of sexual abuse by members of the staff six have been named. The Deputy Principal, Bryan Davies, was convicted in September of three offences of indecent assault against two boys and placed on probation.
We were unable to hear the evidence in respect of Leake because of the continuing police investigation and the evidence that we heard in respect of other members of the staff was insufficient to justify a finding, except in respect of Davies.
Richard Francis Groome, the former Officer-in-Charge of Tanllwyfan, who was Head of Care and then Principal at Clwyd Hall School between November and Julyhas been committed for trial oncharges of sexual offences against boys, some of which relate toformer boy residents at these establishments.
His trial will take place early in The abusers were the two proprietors from toRoger Owen Griffiths and his then wife, now Anthea Beatrice Roberts, who were convicted on 4 and 5 August in the Crown Court at Chester.
Voluntary homes 10 There were complaints of sexual abuse from six former boy residents of the do business reports have conclusions crossword voluntary home that we investigated, namely, Tanllwyfan. We have no reason to doubt the accuracy of the two complainants who gave evidence of indecent assaults on them by Scott during his period at Tanllwyfan.
Gwynfa 11 Allegations of sexual abuse during the period under review at Gwynfa Residential Unit or Clinic, an NHS psychiatric hospital for children, were made by ten former residents to the police and involved four members of the staff.
One former member of staff was convicted in March of two offences of rape of a girl aged 16 years committed inwhen she was a resident but not in care. We have not attempted to reach detailed conclusions in relation to Gwynfa for reasons that we explain.
Physical Abuse 12 Physical abuse in the sense of the unacceptable use of force in disciplining and excessive force in restraining residents occurred at not less than six of the local authority community homes in Clwyd, despite the fact that it was the policy of Clwyd County Council throughout the period under review that no member of staff should inflict corporal punishment on any child or young person in any circumstances.
It occurred also at most of the other residential establishments for children that we have examined. Local authority homes 13 Such abuse was most oppressive at Bryn Estyn, where Paul Bicker Wilson was the worst offender. There was a climate of violence at the home in which other members of the staff resorted to the use of impermissible force from time to time without being disciplined for it.
Bullying of residents by their peers was condoned and even encouraged on occasions as a means of exercising control. The use of force was often condoned and its effects were aggravated by the fact that some Officers-in-Charge from time to time, such as Peter Bird, Frederick Marshall Jones and Joan Glover, were themselves the perpetrators Ysgol Talfryn and Gwynfa 15 Physical abuse occurred also from time to time at a local authority residential school, Ysgol Talfryn, and at the NHS residential clinic for children, Gwynfa.
John Ernest Allen himself was a prominent offender in this respect at the former but impermissible force was used by other members of the staff quite frequently. Abuse in foster homes 17 There were comparatively few complaints of abuse in foster homes in Clwyd but the evidence before the Tribunal disclosed major sexual abuse in five such homes, in respect of which there were convictions in four of the cases the fifth offender hanged himself before his trial.
Failings in practice etc Complaints etc 18 It was a serious defect nationally that complaints procedures were not introduced generally until the late s.
In Clwyd, there were no complaints procedures in any of the residential establishments that we have examined in detail between and when the major incidents of abuse occurred.
Those who did complain were generally discouraged from pursuing complaints and recording of complaints was grossly defective. It was, however, the complaint of a boy resident at Cartrefle to a sensitive member of staff that led to the first convictions of Stephen Roderick Norris.
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