"Why is Blackmail so common by state child protection caseworkers?"
- Category: DOCS Information
- Created: Tuesday, 04 November 2014 11:12
- Written by Alecomm2
The answer is quite simple .. Because nobody keeps check of them. And they know it.
A recent call to the states Independent Commission Against Corruption, to ask how they would handle a matter whereby caseworkers are blackmailing both the immediate and extended family, has shown to be a pointless effort as the ICAC could not promise to give the family protection after they made the disclosure of Blackmail.
It (appears) that Public Officials are protected, but the people who's lives are being affected by these criminals are not, and those committing the crimes are completely protected - all the way to the top.
Parents are being told that if they "do not sign Care Plans that relinquish care of the children to the department, until the children reach 18 years of age", that they will never see their kids again.
Kinship carers are also told that if they do not oppose each and every application by the parents, that they will have the children removed from their care and they too will not see the kids again.
ICAC, when queried, stated they cannot guarantee that there will be no adverse consequences for the parents coming forward to disclose the blackmail (and coercion and threats), though it was suggested that to allow for the children to be put into foster care, when they were already in kinship care, after the investigation starts, would definitely prove the threats indeed do exists, yet they still refuse to act in a protective manner toward the children who's lives are being ultimately threatened (and ruined) by corrupt "child protection" caseworkers.