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Derelict of duty by the CPS
By John Ramirez   
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Last edited: Saturday, May 15, 2010
Posted: Saturday, May 15, 2010

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Derelict of duty by the CPS has been attributed to deaths and prolonged abuseof children. Unwarranted removal of children from the parents goes undetected and leaves a sociological mark on the children and the parents.

 
Derelict of duty by the CPS has been attributed to deaths and prolonged abuseof children. Unwarranted removal of children from the parents goes undetected and leaves a sociological mark on the children and the parents.

The retrogressive repercussions incurred by parents when the CPS becomes involved are irremediable. The financial burden imposed on parents by the CPS involves the mandating that counseling be conducted for the parent, travel expenses, ways and means for all these burdens are not easily accomplished and can discourage anyone to the extreme of having no choice but to never see their children again. It can be of concern  that quotas may be the culprit for the
zealous CPS operatives to remove children from parents with the slightest of indication of child neglect/ abuse. With no evidence to suggest neglect/ abuse, the children are removed. The parents are faced with the ordeal of appearing before a judge and having your personal life unfold in the presence of strangers. Within weeks, this routine of hearings will take place until finally your children are returned. In the NOAFC case, no grounds for the removal of the children were ever proven. The separation of the children and parents has done damage to the stability of the family unit that they once were familiar with before the CPS entered the picture. The CPS action in cases that do not show
evidence of abuse border on kidnapping. When the children are removed from the parents and later the CPS shows no evidence of improprieties, leaves a society with a  trepidation for the viability of its purpose to protect children. In some cases, the injury to a child is the case presented and once into the judicial process the living conditions of the family become a focal point of impropriety by the parents. The original abuse started with the injury and now the parents are being scrutinized for their manner of living. The financial burden imposed on poor people by the CPS and the courts is unbearable but one that is an only option to keep their children. That is about the only justification for the actions by the CPS and the court system. The best advice to parents is to avoid ever having the CPS unleashed and allowed to unsettle what can be now a family and later a house of stranger and no trust for one another. With the rampant debacle cases by the CPS, one can only guess how many dead children at the hands of an abuser is the result of a CPS. And with the deaths of
children under the supervision of the CPS, families gave a reason to fear involving the CPS.

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Action taken by the Child Protective Service (CPS) in a recent case in Houston, Texas suggest, that irregularities in procedures, standards and policies are evident in the (CPS) and the physicians who report abuse cases. The CPS took custody of the children only to find out later that inconsistencies in the CPS and the physicians’ procedures did not support any findings of physical abuse.


There is anger and disconcerting feelings in the communities where these incidents are taking place. How to make certain that no other family and community is subjected to the treatment by the CPS.


Education in the subject of not becoming a victim of the CPS will be effective in an effort to prevent other families to have to experience the hardship of having their children removed from their custody by the CPS. It is important that the citizens become aware of the problem and seek out solutions for the sake of the children involved.

It is important that an end be brought to this dilemma and that families do not live in fear of the CPS.

In its course to bring reform to procedures, standard and policies in the CPS and how physicians treat patients citizens, organizations/ institutions must remain firm in their endeavors to bring change for the better of families and communities.

The CPS is separating parents from their children only to discover in some cases that there was no basis to support the findings by CPS to be a viable cause for CPS involvement. The disturbing factor is that physiological damage is manifested in the children and the parents following the harrowing experience of being separated by the CPS. Children are known to return to their parents malnourished and infested with lice. One mother who was victim of the CPS claimed that her child exclaimed, “You don’t love me” and pushed her away shortly after being returned to her by the CPS. Derelict of duty by the CPS has been attributed to deaths and prolonged and repeated abuse of children. Unwarranted removal of children from the parents leaves a sociological mark on the children and the parents. The retrogressive repercussions incurred by parents and the children when the CPS becomes involved are irremediable. The financial burden imposed on parents by the CPS involves the mandating that counseling be conducted for the parent. Travel expenses, ways and means for all these burdens are not easily accomplished and can discourage anyone to the extreme of having no choice but to waive all rights o the children.. Quotas may be the culprits for CPS operatives to remove children from their parents. With no evidence to suggest neglect/ abuse, the children are removed. The parents are faced with the ordeal of appearing before a judge and having their personal life unfold in the presence of strangers. Within weeks, this routine of hearings will take place until finally your children are returned.

In the case that in Houston , no grounds to warrant the removal of the children were ever proven. The separation of the children and parents has done damage to the stability of the family unit that they once were familiar with before the CPS entered the picture. The CPS action in cases that do not show evidence of abuse border on kidnapping; when the children are removed from the parents and later the CPS shows no evidence of improprieties. In some cases, the injury to a child is the case presented and once into the judicial process the living conditions of the family and other personal history of the parents lives are revealed to the shame and demeanor of the parents. Parading the parents in this way leaves a bitter resentment for the CPS and the judicial process because after all the damage done to the family, ultimately, the CPS admits that no abuse was found to be present and the parents all along committed no crime of child neglect or abuse. A waste of time and money by the CPS and the judicial system. The financial burden imposed on poor people by the CPS and the courts is unbearable and not optional if the parents intend to keep the children. The best advice to parents is to avoid ever having the CPS unleashed and allowed to unsettle what can be now a family and later a house of strangers and no trust for one another. With the rampant debacle cases by the CPS, one can only guess how many dead children at the hands of abuser is the result of the misguided CPS. Moreover, with the deaths of children under the supervision of the CPS, the NOAFC fears that family members and others will think twice before involving the CPS. In respect to averting a physician’s misdiagnoses  of an injury to a child  being that of child abuse, it is advised for a  advises parent to not remove the child but instead, to contact immediately 911 and allow that paramedics to arrive and access the situation. The parents may also ask for the police to be called to the scene, this way a medical and police report is made on the incident and the nature of the injuries. These factors could to some level alleviate the problems that may arise due to improprieties by physicians at the hospital and the CPS. If you move the child the injury may become worse. This may give a different perspective to the nature of the accident and conflict with the parent’s explanation of the cause of the injury. If the child must be moved, do not wait a long period to have a physician examine the child. When moving or transporting the child, be careful and do not make the injury worst. Never leave the child unattended. The child’s movements may make the injuries worst.

 

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