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In Louisiana, a study conducted in conjunction with a civil suit found that 21 percent of abuse or neglect cases involved foster homes.

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by Ralph Blumenthal

A bitter standoff between the parents of a 12-year-old and Texas social workers and doctors over radiation treatment ended on Friday on a somber note with a medical report that the girl's Hodgkin's disease, which had seemed in remission, had reappeared.

The parents, Michele and Edward Wernecke, lost custody of their daughter Katie a week ago, after opposing radiation therapy as unnecessary. When the new test results were announced at a hearing in juvenile court, the parents quickly complied and agreed through their lawyers to let doctors set the course of treatment, which could resume in days.

Quack Files

May 6, 2005

Parents are being warned they could be electronically tagged if they allow their children to play truant.

It comes after Barbara Woodall, 34, of Goldfinch Drive, Bury, Greater Manchester, was given a curfew over the behaviour of her two teenage daughters. She was tagged as part of the curfew after admitting two aggravated offences she knowingly allowed the absences.

BBC News (UK)

May 6, 2005

Members of law enforcement, Child Protective Services and the Sacramento County Probation Department conducted a truancy sweep Thursday. The goal was to get children back in school.

Officials visited the homes of parents whose children haven't been showing up for school. They called it a "knock and talk." Officers warned parents that if their child continued to be truant, arrest warrants could be issued. Authorities said they are trying to make a difference.

The KCRA Channel 3 (CA)

May 5, 2005

Now in the Smith County jail, accused of threatening the lives of CPS caseworkers.

Officials said the threats of Jermaine Ray Gordy centered around the removal of two of his children.

KLTV (TX)

May 4, 2005

by Fraser Nelson

Scotlands's homeless population has soared to an all-time high, with the Executive's new policy on vagrancy prompting homeless applications from one in every 100 Scots.

An analysis by The Scotsman reveals the number officially counted as homeless by Scotland’s 32 local authorities has doubled over the last 10 years and jumped by 24 per cent since devolution.

Scotsman News (Scotland)

May 2, 2005

Like the growing numbers passing through social services each month, Crowe is up against a wall that is a distinct structure of the poor. By losing her home, she's lost the privilege of choice.

Jolly said DSS does not place people but rather determines what rent amount they are entitled to. The agency will find them a home, he said. But people are free to search for an apartment on their own, as long as it does not cost more than the rent voucher. Crowe found an apartment in Middletown that was $114 per month more than the $735 that DSS allotted her.

Times Herald-Record (NY)

May 2, 2005

by Paul Carey

A Lapdancer called Peaches stripped off for a customer who slipped 20 pounds in her G-string - unaware he was an undercover government investigator.

Julieanne Beecher earned up to 300 pounds a week dancing for businessmen at the same time as claiming state benefits. And a DSS fraud detective was sent on a secret mission to mingle with male customers at The Fantasy Lounge.

icwales (UK)

April 28, 2005

The deaths of three children in Rock Hill at the hands of at least one of their parents have prompted an audit of the Department of Social Services.

The board that runs the state Legislative Audit Council voted Wednesday to review how DSS handles child abuse and neglect cases, internal investigations and disciplinary actions. DSS was investigating the Meza family last August when the mother, father and three children died. Authorities say the children were drugged and their throats slit by either their mother, father or both parents. Their York County home was set on fire and the parents then died in the blaze, deputies said.

The State (SC)

April 28, 2005

Bill Status - DCFS-Temporary Child Custody - Illinois General Assembly

Amends the Abused and Neglected Child Reporting Act and the Juvenile Court Act of 1987. Provides that a law enforcement officer, DCFS employee, or physician may take or retain temporary protective custody of a child without the consent of the person responsible for the child's welfare if he or she has reason to believe that the child is in imminent danger of injury or death.

ilga.gov

April 15, 2005

by David Kihara

A California-based non-profit law firm is considering bringing legal action against the Clark County Department of Family Services for allegedly failing to provide children in foster care adequate services.

The law firm, the National Center for Youth Law, has been investigating the county's child protective services for about three months and says it has found a variety of problems in the county system.

Las Vegas Sun (NV)

April 8, 2005

      

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