- Child welfare follow-ups being reviewed
- 4-Year-Old Boy Found Safe After All Day Search
- Anna Naukam, former Oklahoma CASA Association director, sentenced to 35 years
- 3 Deaths in 5 Months Prompts CPS Review
- Experts worry child deaths will lead to `panic’
- Child Protective Services Investigates Itself
- And the Spanking Police join the anti-smoking campaign.
- Expert tells how he would prevent ‘panic’ in foster-care system
- New Foster Parent
- Former Foster Mom Arrested In Connection With Child’s Death
- IS THE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM ADEQUATE TO PROTECT OUR CHILDREN?
- Mother of dead toddler joins lawsuit against Manitoba government
|Child welfare follow-ups being reviewed
Posted: 05 Sep 2009 10:58 PM PDT
A state review team is looking at a possible breakdown in the way Texas Child Protective Services follows up on its own abuse investigations after three Houston-area children died despite the agency’s intervention.
|4-Year-Old Boy Found Safe After All Day Search
Posted: 05 Sep 2009 09:42 PM PDT
Police located Jordan Luciano in Boston Saturday night hours after he was allegedly kidnapped from a foster home in Lowell by his mother.
|Anna Naukam, former Oklahoma CASA Association director, sentenced to 35 years
Posted: 05 Sep 2009 01:26 PM PDT
Former Oklahoma CASA Association Director Anna Naukam this morning was sentenced to 35 years in Department of Corrections custody for siphoning thousands of dollars from the organization that helps abused and neglected children.
|3 Deaths in 5 Months Prompts CPS Review
Posted: 05 Sep 2009 12:50 PM PDT
The recent deaths of three Houston area children known to be at risk have prompted a serious review of Child Protective Services. CPS has been under intense scrutiny this summer.
|Experts worry child deaths will lead to `panic’
Posted: 05 Sep 2009 12:23 PM PDT
Some fear agencies may rashly take youngsters from parents in wake of county fatalities.
|Child Protective Services Investigates Itself
Posted: 05 Sep 2009 12:20 PM PDT
Child Protective Services is investigating itself. The investigation was prompted by three recent deaths of children that CPS had files on, but did not take action to remove them from their living situation.
|And the Spanking Police join the anti-smoking campaign.
Posted: 05 Sep 2009 12:11 PM PDT
The National Commission for Child Protection said Thursday that politicians had to ban the advertising of cigarette in movies.
|Expert tells how he would prevent ‘panic’ in foster-care system
Posted: 05 Sep 2009 11:51 AM PDT
To prevent a “foster-care panic” in which social service agencies needlessly remove children from homes, foster care expert Richard Wexler offers a few recommendations for the Board of Supervisors:
Note: And how about throwing some of these lying assed babystealers and system sucks in jail.
|New Foster Parent
Posted: 05 Sep 2009 11:40 AM PDT
Note: Yes folks, we know how dedicated to the cause foster contractors really are. Don’t we? Now hear it from the mouth of a real live worker.
|Former Foster Mom Arrested In Connection With Child’s Death
Posted: 05 Sep 2009 11:30 AM PDT
A former Kern County foster mother who was once suspected in the death of a foster baby has been arrested on suspicion of murdering her adoptive child near Sacramento.
|IS THE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM ADEQUATE TO PROTECT OUR CHILDREN?
Posted: 05 Sep 2009 11:00 AM PDT
In August and September of this year alone, the murder of three children in our community raise basic questions of whether the System designed to protect victims of abuse and neglect (CPS, law enforcement, prosecution and courts) is up to the task.
|Mother of dead toddler joins lawsuit against Manitoba government
Posted: 05 Sep 2009 10:18 AM PDT
The biological mother of a two-year-old boy who was killed while in the care of Manitoba’s child welfare system is planning to join a class-action lawsuit accusing the provincial government of systemic abuse of children in care.