I saw these words written in an intro on the FightCPS forum today: “My caseworker seems like no help.” I’d like to tell this person: there’s a reason for that.
Way back in the mid-1970’s I took a class at college called Child, Family, and Community. I was enrolled in the college’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) program. It was there that I first heard about Child Protective Services.
This is a guest posting by Stephen K. about legislation he wrote to prevent bureaucratic corruption in the child welfare industry in California.
A former caseworker, Carlos Morales of Texas, has started his effort to expose the corruption and negligence of Child Protective Services (CPS) practices and activities. His video shares many practical ideas for working on your own case, or better yet, preventing one from getting started.
Hidden Depths Buy at AllPosters.com If you’re appalled by the actions of CPS, here are some ideas for correcting the injustices: 1. Write a letter to each and every member of your county board of supervisors detailing actions that show illegal activities or injustice on the part of local caseworkers. Suggest that they cut the […]
I just heard from an attorney who wrote this: “The issue is this: by the time they call me, it’s too late, they signed the form. Once they sign the form, the case is over. If there was one thing I could tattoo onto every parent’s arm, it would be this: SIGN NOTHING WITHOUT AN […]
Here are some of my recommendations. Keep in mind that I am not an attorney and this is not legal advice — so consider the source. Get an attorney if at all possible, and discuss these things with him/her. Your attorney will understand local procedures better than I possibly could. Stay Calm As you deal […]
I will be doing a series of articles to answer questions asked in a comment posted on March 26, 2010. The link to that comment: March 2010 Guestbook There will be one question and answer per post. This question was asked by a social worker who is upset because I’m giving defense information publicly to […]
In Los Angeles County, California, child welfare workers were probably too busy tending to non-abused children by ripping their families to shreds, so they overlooked the 12 or so calls about the abuse of six-year-old Dae’von Bailey, now deceased. But he wasn’t the only one. Apparently they have about a dozen similar cases of children […]