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Rosanna Michela

Title: Child Protective Case Worker within the Long-Term Care Division (Retired)

Company: Albany County Department for Children, Youth and Families

Location: Glenmont, NY… 208 more words

Social Services

Reports Show History Of Abuse Before Toddler’s Death

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Child protection reports show a history of abuse and neglect allegations in the case of Sophia O’Neil, the 2-year-old who was kicked and stomped to death last month in St. 118 more words

News

Hennepin County to add 100 people to child protection staff

Hennepin County is poised to add nearly 100 new employees to its child protection services, just days after a critical report said the safety of abused children in the county is compromised because the system is underfunded and overloaded. 423 more words

News

Child Safety And Child Protection

Did you know there are over 2,000 reports of missing and abducted children to the FBI everyday? That’s an incredible number, and that’s only the ones that are actually reported. 342 more words

Parenting

A Day in the Life of an Outreach Drug Counsellor

By Linda Stewart

Outreach workers are familiar with the avoidant tactics of the hard to reach groups. Groups that include people with mental health issues, those engaged in illegal activities (substance use and street prostitution) and those experiencing homelessness. 2,117 more words

Reflective Work Journal

The Double Injustice of Buggery Laws

In Barbados, a scout leader is charged with rape of a 12-year-old boy.  Legally speaking, he is charged with buggery* under laws which criminalise anal sex regardless of consent or lack thereof or age of the victim. 928 more words

Caribbean

focusbarbados reblogged this on Focus Barbados | Protect The Children and commented:

Has any legal analysis been done on why the buggery laws are used in cases of male rape of boys and not child sexual abuse laws? Do these laws [against child sexual abuse] not cover abuse of boys? Do they carry lighter sentences? Are the statutory rape laws gendered and exclude boys? Ultimately the buggery laws perform a double injustice. They criminalise sexual relations between adults and support a culture of homophobia and stigma. They also reflect and support an inadequate response to child sexual abuse, leaving many children who are victimised without access to justice and normalising many forms of child sexual abuse.