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Australia: Nationally, the number of children in out-of-home care rose each year from 1996 to 2004; for a total increase of 56% from 1996 to 2004.

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Washington CPS News Archive

Washington News Coverage

by David Cole

EPHRATA -- Maribel Gomez waived her right to a jury trial, leaving Grant County Superior Court Judge John Antosz to decide her innocence or guilt.

Maribel Gomez, 32, is charged with homicide by abuse and first-degree manslaughter in the death of her 2-year-old son, Rafael Gomez. The mother denies ever abusing the boy, though he suffered numerous broken bones, concussions, burns and bruises while in her care.

Columbia Basin Herald (WA)

February 6, 2007

SPOKANE - Officers entered a home on the 1500 block of E. Garland Avenue and took two people into custody.

A baby in the home was also taken and placed in custody of Child Protective Services.

KHQ Right Now (WA)

October 28, 2006

by Sage Publications

This study replicates and extends prior research on the characteristics and correlates of child maltreatment recurrences based on an ecological model of child maltreatment.

Rereferral rates increase with the increasing number of prior referrals and of placements in foster care.

September 9, 2006

by Jonathan Martin

A Pierce County man accused of photographing dozens of sex acts with eight of his foster children worked at a child-care center for 10 years before opening a foster home, according to state records released yesterday.

Pierce County sheriff's detectives who arrested 41-year-old Ronald H. Young last month checked for other potential victims from the Kitsap Peninsula-area child-care center where Young worked in the 1980s but found no allegations.

The Seattle Times

April 23, 2004

by Shawn Vestal

In April 1987, twin sisters were born to a family living in rural Stevens County. The following November, a brother was born.

Even before that time, the state agency charged with protecting Washington's children knew that their mother had "a founded history of abusing and neglecting her other children," according to a lawsuit the state recently settled.

September 26, 1995

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