The reported concern is a sexual abuse incident that reportedly occurred between the subject child and a person who is not considered legally responsible for her. An LER was submitted; CPS is to contact NYPD to obtain information regarding their investigation as well as the possible need for a CAC appointment.
In the article, “Child-Abuse Detective”, the author interviews Professor of Pediatrics Carole Jenny about her experience with linking youth injuries to child abuse. Professor Jenny and her fellow doctors discovered that in the past few years doctors have misdiagnosed childrens’ injuries and missed the abuse that caused the injuries. She and her peers worked unfunded in order to research this shocking fact and their discoveries were just as shocking. It was found that “abuse-related head injuries in babies and toddlers are misdiagnosed almost one-third of the time” that they were seen by doctors (“Child-Abuse Detective”, 1999).
In April of 2014, The White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault released a terrifying statistic; one in every five college students experiences sexual assault during their college career. My idea for the Innovation Challenge is to bring awareness to domestic abuse and sexual assault to the students at ASU. We could host a workshop to teach students how to stay safe on campus. In the workshop, we would hold a few different seminars such as hearing from actual victims, forming an on-campus support group, and learning about campus resources. The organization NO MORE allows for anyone to use their logo to raise awareness on domestic abuse and sexual assault, so we could use it to make shirts, bracelets, and other items to sell
Professor Culter became a victim of sexual abuse when she moved to her grandparents house. Her uncle molested and sodomized Mrs. Culter for about thirteen years. She chose to stay quiet and and speak about the abuse until she got older.When she built enough courage to tell her family about that incident she went to the police station to file a report. But unfortunately because she waited a while to file a complaint against her uncle, she missed the statute of limitations by a year. Throughout her presentation she had a unique way of telling her story by incorporating rock music specifically songs from a band called Linkin Park. An interesting point Overall, it’s unfortunate that she went through that situation, but through that issue she became
The reading that was the most meaningful to me was the case study about the language of sexual assault in trials. It was meaningful because I never thought about how we as society, and the legal system, phrases sexual assault. That when describing a sexual assault in a sexual manor it makes it likens it that the sexual act between two consenting people. That it takes away the inherent violence that is apart of the assault. While reading the anaylsis that they did on the cases studies they looked at, when they talked about how languaged was used to make the assualt's seem almost erotic or affectionate. In the article they found wording such as "he kissed her holding her tight" or "caressed her" which doesn't seem to allude to an assault, but
A major aspect of picking the right college for students is the groups and clubs, more specifically, “The American fraternity industry spans thousands of American colleges” (Dick). There is a different type of culture that the fraternities offer which includes extreme intake of alcohol and misconduct (See Fig. 1). The boys as initiative into the group and in meetings will discuss the most that they have done with girls. Dick shows, “it’s a matter of public record that the second most common type of insurance claim against fraternity industry is for sexual assault” (Dick). There is even an fraternity called SAE and “is known at a lot of places as ‘Sexual Assault Expected’” (Dick). At these fraternities the probability of sexual assault is very
Child abuse cases there are rarely any corroborating evidence or witnesses other than the child, which means an entire case may rely on the recollection of an alleged abuse from a child. As Faller (1985) states, the potential for traumatizing the victim is enormous and false allegations of abuse can be devastating not only to the family but to the accused (Faller, 1985). Within the past few decades, we have gained a significant amount of knowledge about a child’s development, memory and understanding which has helped to strengthen the law enforcement’s ability to produce accurate information from children through interviewing techniques. These techniques not only assist in protecting child victims, but also the rights of any innocent suspects.
Before I begin, allow me to preface this post: I'm not trying to be a hot take, nor am I trying to profit off of a sensitive topic. We don't make money off of page views and my identity is not rooted in viewership statistics. However, I feel pressed to faithfully steward this platform God gave Mitchell and I in writing, and want to share my thoughts with you in hopes to extend grace and compassion to those in need.
REPORTER: The reporter/teacher (Lynn) called to report Child Abuse for the victim, Alexander. According to Lynn, on last night (8/25/2015), the uncle (West) tried to provoke the victim. West was punching (unknown where) the victim and tried to get him to punch him back. Also, the West (uncle) and aunt took the victim’s personal belongings and items from school and threw them out into the yard. The uncle (West) cut the cords on his devices. On yesterday (8/25/2015), Lynn saw the victim walking on the side of the highway. The victim cried and left the home after the uncle (West) attempted to provoke him. The victim said he went to the voting station where his grandmother (unknown) was to escape from what was going on at the home. It is unknown
Childhood maltreatment has become a very crucial social-welfare and public health problem in the worldwide. Despite the fact that communities that defends child social and life rights make provisions against protecting children, each year 40 million of child in the world has suffer from different forms of maltreatment (WHO,2001). For example, World Health Organization in 2016 reported that one in every three adults as victim of physical abuse in their childhood. The same report also state one in every five women and one in every thirteen men as victim of sexual abuse in their childhood period (WHO, 2016).
On 05/17/2016 at 1100 hours Brianna DIAZ disclosed to her probation officer a Sexual Abuse that occurred at 121 S. 16th Avenue on approximately 05/19/2013 at approximately 21:00 hours. When DIAZ was contacted by law enforcement she said she does not wish to make a report and was only doing so because her probation officer told her to. She was informed a report would be taken either way but she did not wish to pursue charges.
Tayler and Skylar’s mother, Tiarra showed up at her aunt Jeanette's house, on August 12, 2017. Tiarra was bloodied, bruised, and beaten up badly by her husband, Jermaine. The children witness the abused. Tayler stated that: "Jermaine, pulled Tiarra's hair, busted Tiarra's lip, punched Tiarra’s in her eye, and dragged Tiarra down the hallway and outside the home. Tiarra and Jermaine are consistently fighting around the children. Once Tiarra got outside Tiarra got the gun out of the unlock glove department. Tiarra pulled the gun on Jermaine's aunt (unknown). The children were with Tiarra. Tiarra was taken to Good Samahtian Shelter in Jackson, MS. Tiarra checked herself out of the shelter on the same day (8-15-17). Tiarra signed an affidavit
This study dissected personal reports of childhood abuse that were received from 634 outpatients that were suffering from bipolar disorder (Post et al., 2014, p. 324). These participants were drawn from clinics in Dallas, Cincinnati, Bethesda, and Los Angeles and the impact that verbal and other type abuse had on them is looked into. The participants were asked questions about experiencing any one of the three types of abuse and were told to rate it from 0-3 with 0 being never, 1 being rarely, 2 being occasionally and 3 being frequently. The researchers counted verbal abuse as not present if the person scored it a 0 or a 1 and counted it present if it was a 2 or a 3. All the patients were questioned through a clinical interview for DSM-IV (SCID)
I just finish watching a movie that brought up so many memories of my past. The memories were not about my sexual abuse as a child but the feelings and actions I took on myself after the abuse. The confusion and the anger that bled with me every step I made, and how I forgot who I was to became someone unrecognizable. Its like something died inside me and I was transformed completely into this unrestrained and lifeless person.
Mr Fox, 54, from south-west London, had denied eight indecent assaults and two sexual assaults between 1988 and 2014, against women and girls as young as 14.