Where does cps take you?

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Date created: Wed, Apr 7, 2021 2:14 PM
Date updated: Thu, Apr 13, 2023 8:06 PM


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Your child might go to a single family foster home, a shelter that provides temporary care, or to a group foster home for a few days. If your child needs medical care or extra support, then she might go to a medical facility. CPS workers try to keep brothers and sisters together, but it is not always possible.

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But if you cannot be reached, CPS may leave you a phone message or a note. In most cases, CPS will tell you where it took your child. But if CPS thinks your child will be in even more danger if you find out where she is, it has the right not to tell you where your child is.

You are able to request your CPS records if you were in foster care or if you had ever had a case open with Child Protective Services about you being abused or neglected. There are no costs for you to request your records. That said, you must still be an adult to request your records.

Also many people who claim CPS took their children with no reason are just NOT being truthful 99% of the time, I’m here to tell you to first of all, stop it! secondly if CPS does take your children for no reason please sue CPS and the court right away your going to get a lot of money!! because we can’t remove children without a court order/warrant that usually doesn’t require a hearing until the kids are in custody and that hearing has to happen quickly and for the court to agree they ...

Child Protective Services (CPS) is a part of the state’s social services department that is answerable for the evaluation, investigation, and intervention with respect to instances of kid misuse and disregard, including sexual abuse.

Think about it. Virtually ALL CHARGES that CPS or DCFS levels against you are CRIMINAL CHARGES. And while CPS or DCFS is there ONLY to take your kids, the police can and often will show up later for the parents! In fact, open your mouth and tell the CPS investigator just enough to “make their case” and you can start packing an overnight case as the police will be called by CPS who will be at your door to take you away.

Can social services take my child away without evidence? Social workers do not have the power to remove your child from your care, unless this is ordered by the court or you agree that your child should be removed.. Does CPS require a child to have their own bed? Yes CPS does require a child to have their own room.However some states are more lenient towards families with multiple children.

If CPS decides that your child cannot stay with you in your home, the child will be taken to a CPS facility if there are no friends or family that can take the child. If your child is being removed, give the CPS investigator a list of friends or family the investigator can call to take your child until the investigation is complete. The person taking your child does not have to be related to you.

The CPS does not investigate allegations of crime, or choose which cases to consider. CPS prosecutors must review every case referred to us by the police, or other investigators. We provide expert legal advice early in investigations to help build strong cases, or identify where a suspect should not be charged.

CPS can access and review records about your child. Child Protective Services will be able to access and review police reports, medical reports, school reports and more. CPS must determine if the report is founded or unfounded. At the conclusion of the investigation, CPS must determine if the report is founded (true) or unfounded (false).

You should also note that only an authorized adult can report the situation. These people can be adult neighbors, a parent, an adult relative, or a school staff member to name a few. In the case that CPS does respond to a claim, they’ll assign a representative to come to the home of the child and investigate.

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