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Pie sales transform DFPS rooms into pure sweetness!

After completing the provisional project that created backpacks full of necessities for children in foster care, JSL saw a big need to improve the 3 visitation rooms at the Department of Family Protective Services.   81 more words

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Parents whose rights were terminated can now petition courts: Champion/Moran bill restores parental rights

Every state should follow this lead.

This is an awesome step forward in the fight for child welfare system reform.

Good job Minnesota!!!

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz signed into law legislation allowing the reestablishment of the parent/child relationship. 327 more words

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Child-welfare cases are private. Does that protect the kids, or the state officials? (part 3)


article presented here in three parts, but   see entire story here

The Department of Child Safety’s enforcement of confidentiality is peppered with exceptions — particularly when the public is paying attention. 758 more words

Child-welfare cases are private. Does that protect the kids, or the state officials? (part 2)

article presented here in three parts, but   see entire story here

The Department of Child Safety’s enforcement of confidentiality is peppered with exceptions — particularly when the public is paying attention. 895 more words

Child-welfare cases are private. Does that protect the kids, or the state officials? (part 1)

article presented here in three parts, but   see entire story here

The Department of Child Safety’s enforcement of confidentiality is peppered with exceptions — particularly when the public is paying attention. 861 more words

Man in hospital with serious injuries after shooting in northwest Calgary

A man is in hospital in serious, non-life-threatening condition after a shooting in Calgary’s northwest neighbourhood of Sunnyside late Tuesday night.

Calgary police said the man showed up at the Peter Lougheed Centre around 11:30 p.m. 48 more words

Crime

Court: Department of Child Safety's errors and lies caused a father to lose rights to his child

see story on Arizona Republic here

MARY JO PITZL | ARIZONA REPUBLIC

9:00 a.m. EDT May 29, 2019

Sloppy work, lack of evidence and outright lies caused a father to lose parental rights to his daughter, the Court of Appeals argued in an opinion that criticizes the work of nearly everyone involved in the four-year-long case. 1,326 more words