Dozens Of CPS Caseworkers Caught Lying, Falsifying Documents

Dozens Of CPS Caseworkers Caught Lying, Falsifying Documents When Child Protective Services received a complaint that a Harris County father had choked his teenage daughter, caseworker Michelle Robinson said she hurried to the house, conducted a thorough investigation, determined there … Continue reading

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Foster Care

Foster Care

Foster care is the term used for a system in which a minor who has been made a ward is placed in the private home of a state certified caregiver referred to as a “foster parent”.  The state via the family court and child protection agency stand in loco parentis to the minor, making all legal decisions while the foster parent is responsible for the day to day care of said minor. The foster parent is remunerated by the state for their services.  Foster care is intended to be a short term situation until a permanent placement can be made:

  • Reunification with the biological parent(s)
  • When it is deemed in the child’s best interest. This is generally the first choice.
  • Preferably by a biological family member such as an aunt or grandparent.
  • If no biological family member is willing or able to adopt, the next preference is for the child to be adopted by the foster parents or by someone else involved in the child’s life (such as a teacher orcoach). This is to maintain continuity in the child’s life ~ Wikipedia

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Family Law Courts

Family Law Courts Family matters are dealt with in the Family Division of the High Court, by district judges in County Courts and in Family Proceedings Courts. What Family Courts deal with Public law Private Law Adoption Marriage matters Domestic … Continue reading

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Northampton Borough Council: Libel And Slander, N. Angeline Godwell vs Northampton Borough Council 4NN50096

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Judge Approves Settlement In Alberta Child Welfare Lawsuit


Judge Approves Settlement In Alberta Child Welfare Lawsuit

Source: Children-in-care lawsuit against Alberta government to be settled.


A class-action lawsuit by Albertans abused while in the care of the provincial child welfare system has been officially settled, after a judge approved financial terms Friday that will provide most successful claimants $15,000 to $30,000 in compensation.

“This settlement is, in my view, an appropriate resolution to litigation that at times had difficulty getting any traction,” Court of Queen’s bench Justice Denny Thomas said in wrapping up a case started more than a decade ago. “I’m not in a position to disapprove of this and say, ‘Go try again.’ I am satisfied this is fair, reasonable and in the best interests of all class members.”

Thomas received a number of objections to the deal, including from two women who appeared in court to ask for an adjournment. Both women said they, and other potential claimants, were confused about the terms of the settlement and upset because they believed the case would lead to higher compensation and a chance to receive justice for the abuse inflicted on them.

“This doesn’t reflect what I was told it would be,” said one woman, who cannot be named. “I need somebody to pay for what happened to me.” Click Here To Read More>>

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CCHR – Mental Health Declaration of Human Rights | CCHR International

Full informed consent, the right to humane treatment, the right to refuse psychiatric drugs, electroshock, the right to medical, not psychiatric, treatment

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Every man, woman and child is entitled to the fundamental human rights set forth in this Mental Health Declaration of Human Rights, regardless of race, political ideology, religious, cultural or social beliefs.  Given the fact that virtually no human or civil rights are granted to those psychiatry deems mentally ill, that no medical or scientific tests exist to conclusively prove anyone is mentally ill,  and that no guidelines exist to protect citizens from abuses committed under the guise of mental health,  it is vital that the following rights be recognized and that all countries adopt this Declaration.

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Virginia General Assembly should raise foster care ‘age-out’ age to 21 – Potomac Local

Letter to the Editor 

November is National Adoption Month in America, a time when our nation celebrates and raises awareness about adoption. While all adoption stories are important, the particular focus of this month is the adoption of children currently in foster care.


There are millions of orphans all over the world who desperately need families. Here in America, there are also children who don’t have the love and security of a stable family.


According to the Health and Human Services Department, there are about 400,000 children in the American foster care system, of which about 100,000 children are waiting to be adopted because their parents’ rights have been terminated due to neglect or abuse. On average, more than 250,000 children enter the foster care system every year. While more than half of these children will return to their parents, the remainder will stay in the system.

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Here in Virginia, there are about 4,900 kids in the system, of which about 860 are in need of adoptive families, because their parents’ rights have been terminated. There are a wide range of ages of children who are available for adoption – about 50 percent are 10–years-old or younger. Families for siblings are sorely needed as well, as there are numerous sibling groups available for adoption in our state.

Many foster children are at risk of falling prey to human traffickers. They are often targeted by traffickers because of their need for love, affirmation, and protection. Studies have shown that between 50 and 80 percent of commercially sexually exploited children in America are, or were formally, involved with the foster care system.

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Over 70 Pocso cases filed by Childline, no conviction yet – The Times of India

When 3-year-old Chaavi (name changed) went missing, her parents relentlessly searched for her and found her beneath the bushes in a cemetery in north-east Bengaluru. She had been brutally raped and left to die. This case was reported by Radha R, activist with Childline, the children’s helpline, on May 19, 2015. 

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Childline encouraged Chaavi’s parents to file a case under Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (Pocso) Act 2012 against the attacker. The case drags on, along with more than 70 cases of Pocso filed by Childline in the past 18 months. Not a single case has been disposed of by the sessions court. This despite the act explicitly stipulating a six-month deadline for adjudication of cases. 

"Chaavi was taken by a drunk boy in her neighbourhood when her parents were away. They’re from the weaker section of the society and were initially reluctant to lodge the complaint. But we encouraged them to do it. I haven’t heard anything from the court on the case yet," said Radha. Incidentally, high-profile cases like the many sexual assaults on school campuses in 2014 too are pending, sources in the Pocso court confirmed. 

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Scotland Yard Apologises To Women Deceived Into Relationships With Undercover Officers

The Met said the relationships were “abusive, deceitful, manipulative and wrong”.

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After a four-year legal battle, the Metropolitan police announced on Friday that the force had reached settlements with the women and published a full apology for the “totally unacceptable behaviour” of the undercover officers. The relationships, the apology said, were “abusive, deceitful, manipulative and wrong”.


The Met has also paid the women substantial undisclosed damages.

The cases involved four officers who worked on an undercover unit called the Special Demonstration Squad, Bob Lambert, John Dines, Mark Jenner, and Jim Boyling, and another from the National Public Order Intelligence Unit, Mark Kennedy. They became involved in intimate sexual relationships with members of environmental campaign groups they were trying to infiltrate from the mid-1980s to 2010.


The relationship between Lambert and a women named Jacqui led to the birth of a child and was settled in a separate case last year for more than £400,000.

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Social workers ‘attempted a cover up’ to keep five children in foster care

A judge has taken the extraordinary step of naming social workers who took part in an attempted “cover up” to keep five children from living with their parents. One social worker’s report was rewritten by a colleague and a manager to present the parents in a poorer light, Judge Mark Horton found. He also accused social workers of lying under oath. In an scathing ruling, the judge condemned the conduct of social workers at Hampshire County Council involved in the case, which related to five Portsmouth siblings aged between three and 16 in foster care.

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He said: “It is exceptional to find a case in which there has been deliberate and calculated alteration of a report prepared by one social worker in order to make that assessment seem less favourable, by another social worker and the team manager; the withholding of the original report when it was ordered to be disclosed and the parties to the alterations lying on oath one of them twice, in order to try to cover up the existence of the original report.”

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Taiwan – Children And Young people

Taiwan – Children And Young people


Currently, Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen, Matsu, and some other minor islands effectively make up the jurisdiction of the state with the official name of Republic of China but widely known as Taiwan.

  • Capital: Taipei
  • Population: 22894384
  • Size: 35980.0 Km

Poverty of children and older adults: Taiwan’s case in an international perspective.

This paper examines poverty risks across countries and age groups with a special focus on Taiwan. Relative to Western countries, Taiwan has:

  • a moderate child poverty rate
  • a much higher elderly poverty rate

This might be explained by differences in social welfare efficiency, market income inequality and household composition. Taiwan notably differs from Western countries by:

  • enjoying full employment
  • a compressed earnings structure
  • a low rate of single-parent headed households
  • a high rate of older adults who live with family members
  • fairly inefficient social welfare
  • much less spending on social welfare

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Taiwanese aborigines – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The indigenous peoples of Taiwan face economic and social barriers, including a high unemployment rate and substandard education. Since the early 1980s, many aboriginal groups have been actively seeking a higher degree of political self-determination and economic development

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Child Trafficking  – Northampton Borough Council


Child Trafficking  – Northampton Borough CouncilNorthampton family court section may have closed, yet all the staff are still there shirking in the background.

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Child Protection or Child Trafficking

From: LS Palmer

18 January 2011

Dear Northampton Borough Council,

The standard letter from the Department of Education states:

“The law is clear: children should live with their parents wherever
possible and, when necessary, families should be given extra
support to help keep them together. In most cases, support from the
local authority enables any concerns to be addressed and children
remain with their families.”

S17 of the Children Act places a duty on Children’s Services to
assist families in need.

Please could you provide a year by year breakdown since 2003 of how
much of your budget has been allocated for assisting families in
need and give general information as to what that budget is spent

Please could you further provide a year by year breakdown of how
much of your budget is allocated to families subject to ‘care

Please confirm you abide by the following laws:

1. All families subject to care proceedings have had the benefit of
a Residential Family Assessment before the child’s permanent
removal in accordance with L (A Child) and H (A Child) [2007] EWCA
Civ 213 which held:

“before removing children from their natural families and placing
them for adoption with strangers the court should be astute to
ensure that the case had been fully investigated and that all the
relevant evidence necessary for the decision was in Place, Art 6 of
the ECHR required it…..There would of course be cases in which a
s38(6) assessment would be a waste of public funds: parents who had
inflicted injuries on their child but had failed to acknowledge
their responsibility or a woman who did not accept that a
paedophile partner was a risk to the child”

2. All parents who are guilty of abusing/neglecting their children
to the extent that nothing short of removal from the parents will
protect the children from SIGNIFICANT HARM have been convicted of a
criminal offence for abuse/neglect and have been referred to the
Independent Safeguarding Authority.

Please provide a positive or negative affirmation in relation to
the following statements:

3. That since removal of children from the parents no child in the
care of the Local Authority has:
a. Suffered sexual abuse
b. Suffered physical abuse.
c. Suffered emotional abuse.
(In this respect data referring to convictions/complaints of
misconduct of social workers/foster carers/care workers and
statistics relating to child suicides/children running away would
provide the relevant assertion as to whether or not children were
suffering ‘in care’)

4. That since removal of the children from the parents no child in
the care of the Local Authority has been used for medical testing
or registered on any program by the NIHR, MRCN or any other medical
research program without the explicit consent from the biological

5. That since removal of the children from the parents the children
have been raised in the same faith they would have been raised in
if they had not been removed from their parents.

6. That no child has been returned to the care of the local
authority post adoption.

7. That no child in the care of the Local Authority has been
criminalised, ie gained a criminal record having not previously had
a criminal record while in the care of their biological parents.

Yours faithfully,

LS Palmer

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