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Persecution Strategies Used by Social Workers to Steal Children

on Thu, 03/20/2014 - 09:24
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Persecution Strategies Used by Social Workers to Steal Children

A very interesting Paper on how social workers fabricate, embellish, and distort information in child abuse cases and the strategies they use to persecute families.

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to make a critical examination of six official reports in an LVU (Care of Young Persons Act) investigation, to detect the possible occurrence of persecution strategies in the social welfare service reports and, in that case, to define the strategies used and examine whether the investigation complies with the legitimate claims of objectivity and impartiality.

In the official reports,

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MCFD Canada Child protection eats up $500 million yearly in B.C.

on Wed, 11/27/2013 - 16:49
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MCFD Canada Child protection eats up $500 million yearly in B.C.

Service providers defend their agencies in face of critical youth advocate’s report B.C. MCFD child welfare expenses

More than half-a-billion dollars is spent each year in B.C. on child protection services — an important system that was harshly criticized last week by the province’s youth advocate.

The provincial budget earmarked $500 million for the 2012/13 year — and for the next two fiscal years — to pay for child-welfare costs such as social workers, foster parents and supporting troubled youth to live independently.

The federal government also gave an estimated $57 million in 2012/13 to

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Ottawa must act now on aboriginal child welfare

on Fri, 05/31/2013 - 12:10
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Ottawa must act now on aboriginal child welfare

By Craig Kielburger and Marc Kielburger, Vancouver Sun

In 1907, Canada's Department of Indian Affairs sent Dr. Peter Henderson Bryce to investigate residential schools in Manitoba and the Northwest Territories.

Bryce found dilapidated buildings, rampant tuberculosis, and shocking death rates. In some schools, only 31 per cent of children survived to graduation. Bryce submitted a lengthy report detailing the appalling conditions.

The federal government buried his report for 15 years until Bryce became so frustrated that he published his findings in a book.

By the time the last school

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Tone Deaf Response - Scathing Review of Colorado's Troubled Child Welfare System

on Sun, 05/05/2013 - 09:27
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Tone Deaf Response - Scathing Review of Colorado's Troubled Child Welfare System

Colorado still failing on child welfare

We are disappointed in the tone-deaf response to a scathing review of Colorado's troubled system

Two things become quite clear after reading a withering examination of how the child welfare system failed to protect a 3-year-old killed by his mother and the government's efforts to critique its performance.

First, it's a shame that the author of this review, Colorado's child protection ombudsman, has resigned. During her relatively short tenure, Becky Miller Updike brought candor and an ability to look unflinchingly at this troubled system.

Second, Updike's

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Canada - System fails kids in care

on Mon, 04/15/2013 - 09:45
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Canada - System fails kids in care

Statistical analysis can be a dry subject, but not in the case of the report on how children and youth in B.C. government care are doing — these statistics measure how real people are faring.

Many are not faring well — the report notes that 50 per cent of young people leaving the child-welfare system at age 19 are on income assistance within six months.

The statistical report should not be seen as a means of pointing fingers, but as a tool for determining where improvements are needed.

The government released the report seven years after former judge Ted Hughes reviewed B.C.’s

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Parents aware of underhanded tactics used by child protection

on Tue, 03/26/2013 - 20:10
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Underhanded tactics of child protection workers FACS NSW

Negative public images hamper child welfare investigators

Note: If this isn't government propaganda I don't know what is. So much so that the FACS NSW stole it from another site to use on theirs. Maybe if FACS NSW didn't lie, fabricate evidence, falsify documents and organise fake psych reports they wouldn't be so untrusted by parents in NSW. 30 000 children in foster care in Australia and more than half of them have been taken by FACS NSW. The minister in charge of FACS NSW lied before she was even voted in, promising to return 4000 children should she be elected. Instead the minister for

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Nebraska Child welfare inspector general lists concerns

on Wed, 02/06/2013 - 07:12
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Child welfare inspector general lists concerns

In her first six months as inspector general of child welfare in Nebraska, Julie Rogers has heard a lot of concerns about the system.

And people are anxious to get to solutions for the problems identified in the Legislature's Health and Human Services Committee substantial report on child welfare.

Rogers told the committee Wednesday that families involved in the system should be given fair treatment, and a better system of checks and balances should be established.

As inspector general, Rogers gets phone calls, letters, emails and other communications from parents and others involved in or

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Deaths of children in child welfare system up: report

on Tue, 01/15/2013 - 15:53
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Deaths of children in child welfare system up: report

The number of children who died while they were involved in Manitoba's child welfare system went up last year, according to a new report by the province's Children's Advocate.

The latest annual report from Darlene MacDonald, released on Tuesday, says her office investigated the deaths in 2011-12 of 61 children who were involved in the child and family services (CFS) system.

It's up from 53 deaths that were reviewed in the previous year.

MacDonald told CBC News the higher number of deaths that were reviewed in the past year was to be expected, as the number of children who were involved in the

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Instead of helping build a better family unit...they are making the problem worse!!

on Thu, 01/10/2013 - 17:29
Just want to say to my fellow friends...DO NOT BE QUIET...SPEAK IT HOW IT IS AND WHAT THEY ARE DOING TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF US AND MOSTLY OUR CHILDREN.. Our FUTURE!! their involvement with families needs a better formula, as our aussie kids are dying and being molested at ALARMING RATES!!...

Its not just the odd case HERE AND THERE IT'S HAPPENING ALL THE BLOODY TIME!!! Its about time...SOMEONE NOTICES AND CALLS FOR MASSIVE REFORM!! Something urgently needs to be done!! Because this is so inhumane and utterly evil! Children have a right to be safe in care not tormented and tortured.
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Strategies to Help Caseworkers Reunite More Families.

on Tue, 12/18/2012 - 06:07
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Strategies to Help Caseworkers Reunite More Families.

Secretary of State Audit Report
Kate Brown, Secretary of State
Gary Blackmer, Director, Audits Division
Report Number 2012-12 April 2012
DHS: Reuniting Children With Their Parents or Caregiver Page 1
Child Welfare Program: Strategies to Help Caseworkers Reunite More
Families
From October 2009 through September 2010, the Department of
Human Services’ Child Welfare Program (Child Welfare) removed
4,736 children who were 19 years old or younger from their homes to
ensure their safety. Reasons for removal were varied and included
parental neglect, substance abuse, and physical and sexual abuse.
These

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