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CAPTA – The Law That Started CPS in ‘74 – Do You Want to Protest Re-authorization?Posted: 05 Nov 2009 05:44 AM PST

CAPTA – The Law That Started CPS in ‘74 – Do You Want to Protest Re-authorization?

The Congressional Education and Labor subcommittee on Healthy Families and Communities is conducting a hearing on the reauthorization of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) today, November 5th.

 
 

Review follows rape of girl, 10Posted: 05 Nov 2009 05:37 AM PST

Review follows rape of girl, 10

Measures to improve protection given to vulnerable youngsters in Pembrokeshire have been put forward after a girl was raped by the adopted son of her carer.

 
 

Garage sale will help fund adoptionPosted: 05 Nov 2009 05:30 AM PST

A couple who can’t have children biologically, are turning to adoption as an alternative, but it is a costly process, so they’re having a huge garage sale to help raise money.

 
 

DHS workers say they fear for their livesPosted: 05 Nov 2009 05:04 AM PST

DHS workers say they fear for their lives

State social workers struggling with mounting welfare, food stamp and Medicaid caseloads said Wednesday they fear for their lives after being assaulted or threatened by recipients frustrated with long lines and delays in aid.
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Mich. social workers fear for lives due to delays

State social workers struggling with mounting welfare, food stamp and Medicaid caseloads said Wednesday they fear for their lives after being assaulted or threatened by recipients frustrated with long lines and delays in aid.

 
 

Former foster children awarded record payout in public-records lawsuitPosted: 05 Nov 2009 04:26 AM PST

Former foster children awarded record payout in public-records lawsuit

Three girls abused for years by their foster father have just won a landmark payout from the state of Washington.

 
 

Attn: System Sucks of Ontario CanadaPosted: 05 Nov 2009 04:14 AM PST

Ont. gives agency $1M

Go get it!!!

 
 

SJC says newborn removed too fastPosted: 05 Nov 2009 04:12 AM PST

SJC says newborn removed too fast

In a sharply worded rebuke, the state’s high court yesterday said that a judge and the state Department of Children and Families moved too fast to remove a newborn from a Western Massachusetts mother who had already lost custody of two older children because they were not being properly cared for.

 
 

California falls short in examining deaths of childrenPosted: 05 Nov 2009 04:07 AM PST

California falls short in examining deaths of children

A law designed to allow public scrutiny of fatal abuse and neglect is unevenly enforced and leaves many unaccounted for.

 
 

Child welfare workers too quick to remove Latino children from their familiesPosted: 04 Nov 2009 10:41 AM PST

Child welfare workers too quick to remove Latino children from their families

No state child protection agency wants a label of “dereliction of duty” hanging over their heads if a child under their supervision turns up abused, or worse, can’t be found as happened in Florida with foster child Rilya Wilson.

 
 

Shortcomings in State care for childrenPosted: 04 Nov 2009 09:18 AM PST

Shortcomings in State care for children

An official independent watchdog has uncovered serious shortcomings in the protection of the 5,500 children in State care.

The Health Information and Quality Authority has criticised as ‘unsafe’ the Health Service Executive’s failure to comprehensively vet over two-thirds of carers who are relatives of the children they are caring for.

 
 

Child Support Company Sued By U.S. Postal ServicePosted: 04 Nov 2009 08:03 AM PST

Child Support Company Sued By U.S. Postal Service

A private child support agency that collects money from Memphis parents has landed itself in Federal Court. Child Support Services of Atlanta was sued by the U.S. Postal Service. The USPS says the company is using the mail in a scheme to illegally collect money.

 
 

Independent expert to review child protectionPosted: 04 Nov 2009 06:21 AM PST

Independent expert to review child protection

CHILD protection services face a Scrutiny review.

Significant changes are being introduced as part of the implementation of the new children’s law, which is expected to come into force early in 2010.

 
 

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