- Council may shut children’s homes
- ‘Failures’ in NI child protection
- Arkansas cop uses Taser on 10-year-old girl
- Please pray for J
- Judge drops case against family that denied chemo
- Soap operas prompt India divorce
- Falsely accused man sues Clark County
- A question that was asked in Yahoo! Answers.
- IRS Gets Secret Account Data From 14,700 Americans
- Trust’s child protection ‘flawed’
- Networking sites fail to protect children from abuse, says CEOP head
- Sorry state of abused children
- Single mother Soldier refuses to ship out.. jailed.
- Adolescent Fathers in Child Protective Services
- Springfield foster parent charged with sex abuse
- Child Protective Services (CPS) Cases
- HSS Secretary Interuptus
- Child Protection Bill sent to CII for comments
- Washington County child welfare ranks last in state performance measurements
- Cabinet approves drafting of Child Welfare Decree
- Mich. caseworkers worry about threats from clients
- The boo boo
|Council may shut children’s homesPosted: 18 Nov 2009 05:04 AM PST
Two children’s homes in Swansea could close under plans to restructure the council’s child and family services.
|‘Failures’ in NI child protectionPosted: 18 Nov 2009 05:00 AM PST
Health trusts are failing to reach some of the most basic standards of care, according to the findings of a review of NI’s child protection services.
|Arkansas cop uses Taser on 10-year-old girlPosted: 18 Nov 2009 04:55 AM PST
Arkansas cop uses Taser on 10 year old girlIt was an encounter one Ozark 10-year-old will likely never forget.
|Please pray for JPosted: 18 Nov 2009 04:51 AM PST
J is being persecuted by the secret family court childstealers. Please spare 180 seconds by joining your voice in this prayer to Jesus to deliver her from this evil. Thanks.
|Judge drops case against family that denied chemoPosted: 17 Nov 2009 08:54 PM PST
A Minnesota judge has closed the case of a teenager forced by the court to undergo chemotherapy against his family’s wishes.
|Soap operas prompt India divorcePosted: 17 Nov 2009 08:53 PM PST
An Indian woman was granted a divorce on the grounds that her husband was cruel to stop her watching soap operas.
|Falsely accused man sues Clark CountyPosted: 17 Nov 2009 08:41 PM PST
All Steve King wanted was an apology.
|A question that was asked in Yahoo! Answers.Posted: 17 Nov 2009 08:35 PM PST
What goes around comes around. You know how it is.
|IRS Gets Secret Account Data From 14,700 AmericansPosted: 17 Nov 2009 08:23 PM PST
More than 14,700 Americans disclosed secret offshore bank accounts to the Internal Revenue Service, ensuring billions of dollars in new tax collections and data for a crackdown on evaders, Commissioner Doug Shulman said today.
|Trust’s child protection ‘flawed’Posted: 17 Nov 2009 08:21 PM PST
A health trust in Northern Ireland has been criticised for delays in dealing with child protection cases which emerged in a major review after a malicious fire claimed the lives of a family of seven.
|Networking sites fail to protect children from abuse, says CEOP headPosted: 17 Nov 2009 08:21 PM PST
Social networking sites including MySpace and Facebook are leaving leave children vulnerable to abuse from paedophiles by refusing to embed a free online safety button on their sites allowing users to report abuse, according to the senior policeman responsible for child protection online.
|Sorry state of abused childrenPosted: 17 Nov 2009 08:17 PM PST
A DAY after the Prime Minister apologised to the forgotten Australians, fresh evidence has emerged showing more children than ever are being granted protection against family violence and abuse.
|Single mother Soldier refuses to ship out.. jailed.Posted: 17 Nov 2009 07:52 PM PST
US Army Specialist Alexis Hutchinson, a single mother, is being threatened with a military court-martial if she does not agree to deploy to Afghanistan, despite having been told she would be granted extra time to find someone to care for her 11-month-old son while she is overseas.
|Adolescent Fathers in Child Protective ServicesPosted: 17 Nov 2009 07:25 PM PST
Adolescent fathers who are also involved in child protective services have a special set of needs that need to be addressed. CONNECT board member, Derrick Gordan, of The Consultation Center at Yale University and Brett Rayford of the Connecticut Department of Children and Families discuss what service providers can do to better support these fathers as well as the young mothers and their children.
|Springfield foster parent charged with sex abusePosted: 17 Nov 2009 07:22 PM PST
A 26-year-old Springfield man is in jail, accused of abusing young boys, including foster children under his care.
|Child Protective Services (CPS) CasesPosted: 17 Nov 2009 07:15 PM PST
This is the webiste of some lawyer in Texas who claims to be experienced in Child Protective cases.
Anybody every heard of him? Leave a review in the comments section.
|HSS Secretary InteruptusPosted: 17 Nov 2009 07:11 PM PST
Today, Kathleen Sebelius, U.S. Secretary for the Department of Health and Human Services made the announcement to appoint new Regional Directors.
|Child Protection Bill sent to CII for commentsPosted: 17 Nov 2009 07:00 PM PST
The Ministry of Social Welfare and Special Education has sent the final draft of the ‘Child Protection Bill’ to the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) seeking comments regarding the child rights in accordance with Islamic thoughts.
|Washington County child welfare ranks last in state performance measurementsPosted: 17 Nov 2009 06:59 PM PST
Washington County has the worst record in the state for protecting children in state foster care.
Last month, state caseworkers failed to see more than 400 Washington County youngsters living in foster homes. And nearly 70 reports of suspected abuse or neglect were not investigated in the 24 hours or five days recommended, depending upon the urgency of the call.
|Cabinet approves drafting of Child Welfare DecreePosted: 17 Nov 2009 06:58 PM PST
The decision was based on submissions by Minister for Health, Doctor Neil Sharma who said that over the past five years Fiji has recorded increasing numbers of child welfare litigations ranging from cases of physical and sexual abuse, neglect and even death.
|Mich. caseworkers worry about threats from clientsPosted: 17 Nov 2009 06:56 PM PST
One frustrated client hurled a piece of concrete through the window of a welfare agency. Another threw her car keys at a welfare worker before being escorted away. At one point, a woman on public assistance even took a swing at a worker.
|The boo booPosted: 17 Nov 2009 05:45 PM PST
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|SunsetPosted: 17 Nov 2009 01:55 PM PST
Here is a picture of the sunset I took from my back yard today.