The group, led by Dwight Mitchell, a father who says his son was illegally taken from him for 22 months, first filed a civil rights complaint in April, and this week they vocally publicized their call to shut down the child services agency, which they claim engages in systemic lying, withholding information, and fabricating evidence. They are asking the federal court to suspend the state’s agency from enforcing child protection laws, and according to a petition signed by almost 5,000 people, are also demanding changes to the laws themselves.
Bradyn Dillon's case worker 'does not know' why abusive father was not thoroughly checked
- Abusers job or title:: Father
- Category: Queensland Child Protection Services
- Created: Thursday, 12 September 2019 00:00
- Written by Elizabeth Byrne - ABC News
The child protection case officer responsible for a Canberra boy murdered by his father has been unable to say why she did not carry out more thorough checks on his abusive parent when she was looking after the case in 2014.
- Abuser Name or Alias:: Graeme Dillon
- Abusers Organisation:: Queensland Child Safety
- Type of Abuse:: Physical, Death, Medical neglect
- Matter Resolved?: Ongoing
Child Protective Services in North Carolina using blackmail to illegally Seize children from families
- Category: USA Child Protection
- Created: Sunday, 25 March 2018 01:37
- Written by Terri LaPoint - Health Impact News
Associated Press reporters recently exposed a story of illegal practices by Child Protective Services social workers in one North Carolina county.
Social workers in Cherokee County have been reportedly coercing parents and taking their children illegally, bypassing the court system by threatening to adopt out their children or throw the parents in jail if they refused to sign paperwork known in NC as a CVA – Custody and Visitation Agreement. (Source)
Dealing with dirty child protection workers who lie and mislead the court
- Category: NSW DHS - FACS
- Created: Monday, 04 April 2011 10:46
- Written by Alecomm
Commencement of private prosecutions
A private individual may also initiate criminal proceedings by way of CAN. The major difference with a private prosecution is that a CAN may only issued by a Registrar. The Registrar issues a CAN by signing the notice. A Registrar will have a discretion not to issue a CAN if the Registrar is satisfied that:
Foster carers face abuse trial
- Category: NZ Child, Youth and Family (CPS)
- Created: Tuesday, 26 March 2013 22:10
- Written by Amy Maas - Fairfax Media MZ
A family accused of abusing foster children in their care by using a wire brush to scrub their bodies will go on trial later this year.
Andrew John Hemara, 53, and Jenny-Lee Hemara, 49 appeared at the Auckland District Court today where they were remanded on bail until their trial in August.
Find Jonah Reif - Judicial corruption at it’s best!
- Category: International Cases
- Created: Tuesday, 03 July 2018 21:04
- Written by Alecomm2
Jonah Rief toke a pic of his mum Tammy Rief. Please like and share our Find Jonah Rief page in hopes someone may have seen him. We are still trying to figure out how they got away with making Tammy Rief have to fight for custody of her son from a man who was nothing at all to Jonah Rief - then handed Jonah Rief into the hands of child traffickers. That's who the man was lying about - being Jonah’s fathfat when he wasn't anything at all to Jonah Rief. The judges, legal officials, noone would listen to Tammy. They kept making her fight for custody of her son Jonah Rief and she should never even had to do this !!
But ending up having to do all that, share custody with a man who was nothing at all to her son, not even a boyfriend to Jonah’s Mother!!! Tammy had enough of waiting on the legal system to help her and her son Jonah Rief, so she decided to do what any loving parent would do, she grabbed her son and ran with him , she was forced into doing something she should never have had to even think about must less do it!!! Then they throw her in jail in NC for doing what the law and judges were supposed to do! Protect the innocent!
A fed-up judge and a new chief: Is this what it takes to get Texas to protect kids?
- Category: USA Child Protection
- Created: Monday, 14 October 2019 23:29
- Written by Dallas Morning News Editorial