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Austin Knightly-Doped up by Nashua, NH DCYF

Austin Knightly-Doped up by Nashua, NH DCYF
This is what DCYF/CPS does to our Children

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Child welfare bureau turnover, backlog fuel concerns about safety

Fatal Care | A Journal Sentinel Watchdog Update - Child welfare bureau turnover, backlog fuel concerns about safety:

When Mary Wolf left the Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare this year, she wrote a pained letter to the agency's leadership in both Milwaukee and Madison:

Foster mom's capital murder trial delayed another month



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Foster mom's capital murder trial delayed another month - The Eagle: Crime:

Sherill Small is in Milam County Jail facing a murder charge after a 2-year-old girl under her foster care died on Wednesday.

Reasonable Efforts: A Judicial Perspective

Reasonable Efforts: A Judicial Perspective | National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges:

“… Two goals of this book are to encourage judges and attorneys to be more assertive in their oversight of social service agencies and to examine the ‘reasonable efforts’ issue earlier in the case. …

Foster kids struggle academically

Foster kids struggle academically - GreenwichTime:

Connecticut children in foster care are more likely to miss school, perform poorly on standardized tests and be suspended or expelled from school.

Girl's eyes 'revealed abuse'

Girl's eyes 'revealed abuse' - crime - national | Stuff.co.nz:

A young girl allegedly abused by her Child, Youth and Family foster parents had "the saddest eyes I have ever seen", according to her teacher. Lyn Naughton, a teacher at Waipawa School, recalled the girl and her brother as being thin, scruffy and often smelling of urine.
And this is what CPS chooses to raise our Children?

Infant Removed for Parents' Marijuana Use is Killed in Foster Care

Infant Removed for Parents' Marijuana Use is Killed in Foster Care | Weed Finder News:

A foster mom taking care of an infant who was less than a year old has admitted to accidentally dropping her on September 12th and shaking her while holding her by the throat on September 15th. 

Judge won’t enforce decision by fellow judge in family court case

Judge won’t enforce decision by fellow judge in family court case | Las Vegas Review-Journal:

Three months after Family Court Judge Vincent Ochoa was removed from a custody case, another judge has decided his trial decision will not be enforced.