The final week of Jersey's long-running Care Inquiry begins today.
There is just a few days left for interested parties to make final submissions, before the final report is prepared and published.
So far around 600 witnesses have given evidence to the independent investigation into historical child abuse.
Jersey Police, The States of Jersey and the Jersey Care Leaver's Association are all set to give evidence this week.
The lawyer representing victims of historical child abuse, has asked the Jersey Care Inquiry to remember the investigation is about people.
Jersey Care Inquiry has been told how the actions of the former Health Minister, Stuart Syvret, fueled rumours of a cover up of abuse.
A QC for Jersey Law Officers department has told the inquiry into historical child abuse that corruption claims are 'ill founded.'