EREPORT # 19021 stated the following: The incident happened last night, 2/8/2016. Destiny's mother has "taken off" as evidenced by empty drawers and closets. Destiny stayed home alone all night by herself. The concern is that Destiny is not supposed to be alone with her dad, per DHS. Dad never came home last night, but the concern is 1) dad comes home and she is alone with him or 2) dad doesn't come home and she is alone again by herself all night. I found out abou the situation because the teacher told me. estiny disclosed to her teacher about being home alone, mother "taken off" and that dad may come home and she has to be alone with him. During the Summer of 2014, father sexually abused her. The prior abuse/neglect was reproted but I do
• P alleges excessive force and false arrest. P alleges that he was waiting for a train on the platform when MOS approached and questioned him. P alleges that he produced his identification and informed the MOS that he was going home. P alleges that MOS grabbed, searched, and cuff him tightly causing the cuff to cut into his wrists. P alleges that he was not informed reason for his arrest and was held in cell for approximately 12 hours without food, drink, or access to the bathroom. P alleges that MOS performed an eye scan on him. MOS stated that defendants MOS Mayer and Arquer, responding to a radio run for a fight, were informed by witness that witness observed a group of approximately 5 young men assault a young boy and take the young boy’s
To My Children’s Children Cultural Hybridity as understood by Homi Bhabha (1994, 1999) involves human beings as the creators, not the bearers of culture. Due to the individuality and the innovativeness of each human being it also follows that any particular culture cannot be concretely described in terms of its specific contents and constituents. “To my children’s children”, by Magona Sindiwe, is of critical significant in understanding the changing identity depicted in the story. The term is utilized as a part of a wide point of view in various scenes, which as it were, help the per user in taking in a few lessons in light of the setting or the plot of the story. In that capacity, the blend of various personalities in the story line, is of basic commitment towards drawing out the best of the social practices, accepts and demeanors of the groups crosswise over different back ground. Sindiwe story in the “To my children’s children ", is such an exciting portrayal, as the portrayal of a young lady experiencing childhood in a politically-sanctioned racial segregation stricken condition unfurls. For this situation, the young lady encounters a blend of social experience, desires and also culture stun. The story in the book, "To my children’s children” is a deep rooted story of Magona's life while in the town where they were raised, under the care of the colossal grandma, a matriarchal family (Whitehead). The general public and also the family is portrayed to be joyful,
There are 4 Ps. Ps claim they were unlawfully detained by MOS and falsely arrested on drug charges. Ps allege that they live in a three family private house with apartments on 3 floors. Ps allege that the first floor apartment was of P Yolanda Lopez; second floor apartment was of P Yvonne (non-party), and basement apartment was of Evelyn Lopez and her 17 year old daughter, Karina Lopez. Ps Rafael Rivera and Erin Morales were staying on the first floor. P Rivera alleges that MOS entered the house and order him to get to his knee and P Rivera complied. P Rivera alleges that while he was on his knees MOS struck P Rivera in the face with the riot shield. P Evelyn Lopez alleges that defendant MOS Anthony Hughes grabbed her arm and struck her face against a wall and illegally searched her basement apartment. Defendant MOS John Natoli stated that the search warrant applied to all floors because each family has access other family’s
On 05/24/2018 at approximately 1830 hours, I, Deputy A. Martinez Vazquez (117015) responded to (Boys Town) 1415 Flanagan Ln., Oviedo, Seminole County, FL., in reference to a battery over with. I was notified that the battery was between two juveniles a 12 and 17 year old and both juveniles were separated at the time. When I arrived, I spoke with Javaro Rooks an employee of the institution at Boys Town who stated that Javarius Deloach (B/M DOB:12/06/2001) hit another juvenile, Gres Jr. Robinson (B/M DOB:03/07/2006), in the back of the neck by with an open palm. Javaro told me that the incident happened at the basketball court behind the residence.
On July 2, 2015, I was assigned this case to follow up. This case involves Mr. Kleot Whittman a seventeen year old juvenile male. Mr. Whittman has an extensive history for leaving without parental consent. He has a previous CHINS and probation violation cases (15-13092/15-129933/15-128777/15-127194).
EREPORT # 19130 stated the following: The child is at Diamond Grove Center. Mya reported that 7 years ago her cousin Charron raped her when she was 8 years old. They stayed overnight with their relatives and Charron took off her clothes while they all slept in the same bed. Onautyca, Deja, her, and Charron slept in the big bed together. Mya reports thst she told her mother, but her mother didnt do anything about it. Mya reports that she sees Charron often at church or the weekends, and her mother continues to take her and her sisters around him. It was reported to the nurse and the nurse completed an allegation of abuse form and submitted it to me 0n 2/15/2016. Mya states that there is constant conflict with her mother, and she gets put out
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is an American immigration policy that allows certain undocumented immigrants who entered the country before their 16th birthday and before june 2007 to receive a renewable two years work permit and exemption from deportation. DACA does confer non-immigrants legal status but does not provide a pote to citizenship. The DACA program was formed through executive order by former president Barack Obama in 2012 and allows certain of people called Dreamer, who come to US illegally as minors to be protected from immediate deportion. Now Trump administration announced on tuesday the wind down of an obama era program is end.
Presenting Problem: Pt is a 12 y/o African American female presented at NNBHC with dx of ADHD combine type, ODD, Disruptive Mood Dysregulation D/O, Mood D/O, PTSD and Sexual Abuse (victim/ perpetrator), who have been feeling severely depressed and SI. Pt states that she has had SI with a
United States of America v. Jared Fogle Case Details Title: The United States of America, Plaintiff vs. Jared Fogle, Defendant Case number: 1:15-cr-0159TWP-MJD Location: Indiana, Indianapolis Year: 2015 Describe The Case The Defendant, Jared Fogle, was a resident of the Southern District of Indiana (1:15-cr-0159TWP-MJD). He regularly used email accounts, social networking websites containing advertisements for services,
In his National Review article, Steven Camarota argues the case to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), an immigration policy issued by the Obama administration to protect immigrants who came to the country under the age of sixteen, known as Dreamers, from deportation, calling the program “illegal” and “overbroad”. In truth, though, DACA is a fair and moral act that not only protects deserving immigrants, but also benefits American society as a whole.
Ms. Myiesha Leonard reported that her understanding of why the children were removed from their home was because the mother called in to CPS and reported that she could not care for the children anymore. Ms. Leonard did not clearly describe the allegations of abuse and/or neglect and she understands her brother mental needs but does not believe he was violence toward anyone. She reported knowing about the abuse or neglect of the children. Ms. Leonard appears to need additional information about the abuse and/or neglect of the children because of not knowing what took place. Ms. Leonard also does not understand the impact of the perpetrator’s behavior on the children. Ms. Leonard believes there is a need to protect the children from the perpetrator
A review of the defendant's criminal history reveals that she has no municipal convictions, and the present case represents the defendant's first indictable conviction. There is no history of domestic violence and no juvenile records were found for this defendant.
Petitioner was arrested when he was 16, he got charges for breaking and entering, robbery and rape. Petitioner, was subject to jurisdiction issues from the District of Columbia Juvenile Court, after full investigation, the court would waive jurisdiction over him and send him to trial for the charges. Petitioner's Lawyers filed a motion in the Juvenile Court for a hearing a waiver on charges, and to gain access to the Juvenile Court's Social Service file which was gathered on petitioner during his probation for his previous offense. The Juvenile Court would not rule on these motions. They entered an order wanting to waive jurisdiction, but after the full investigation was done. Petitioner was indicted in the District Court. He moved to dismiss the charges, but the Court overruled the motion, and petitioner was tried. He was convicted on six counts of breaking and entering, and robbery, but acquitted on two counts of rape by reason of insanity. petitioner raised, among other things, the validity of the Juvenile Court's waiver of jurisdiction.. (united, n.d.)
Although a relative may come forward and be approved as an appropriate placement by the social worker, the court, upon consideration of all parties involved, could ultimately decide not to remove the child from a stable nonrelative foster care placement so as not to disrupt the stability of the child. The converse could also happen. A court could remove a child from a stable foster care placement, as permitted under law, place him or her with a relative that could be a less stable placement, but is reflective of the intent of the state's child welfare law that preferential consideration be given to known relatives of the child (Reefe, 2014). On average, each attorney at Children’s Law Center of California represents 300 children, with such