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    to the National Association of Public Child Welfare Administrators, the mission of the child protection services agency is to assess the safety of children, intervene to protect children from harm, strengthen the ability of families to protect their children, and to provide a reunification or an alternative safe family for child ("Home - Child Welfare Information Gateway," n.d.). The purpose of a case plan is an arrangement or ground plan that a child protection services professionals’ uses with a

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    In today’s society more and more children are experiencing the brokenness that comes alongside living in an abusive home. Child abuse has progressively become a widespread problem in the United States. Every day approximately five children die at the hands of an abuser, and every year more than three million reports of child abuse are made (Eads 2). The government has a system to assist those suffering from abuse, but with all the lacking factors, one wonders what beneficial help these children are

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    Child Protection

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    Every single child in the world regardless of race, culture, gender, age deserves to be loved, cared for and kept free from harm and abuse. Children have a right to enjoy their childhood free from violence, injury or abuse at the hands of adults. This right is preserved in law, from the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child down to national laws and guidelines which cover all children not just those that are abused and neglected. In 1987 the Department of Health introduced the Child Abuse guidelines

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    In the United States, the history of child protective services are divided into three eras; before organized child protection, creation and growth of organized child protection, and government-sponsored child protection services. The first time that child protection was organized was in 1875 by the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (Myers, p. 449). Before 1875, children did not have the protection that is practiced today and the intervention to protect children was uncommon

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    Safeguarding is the action taken to ensure the safety and well-being of children as well as protecting them from harm, abuse and exploitation. Child protection is a part of safeguarding it ensures the protection and welfare of children. There are two elements that come under child protection these are the health and safety and child abuse. Children should be protected from any type of abuse, there are five types of abuse that children can become victims of these are physical abuse, neglect, sexual

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    The SNAICC currently provides services for child protection, social justice and human rights, early childhood support and family and community support. The Secretariat National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care association currently offers a child protection plan which is receptive to the needs of Aboriginal and Islander children and their families. By offering a child protection plan SNAICC provides services to promote the independence in child support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

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    processes. Spratt ,( 2001) also identified two other significant ideologies that have influenced child protection reform and these are bureaucratic and technocratic ideology. This change in ideology provided different child protection work practices, solutions, case management systems that were more legalistic and bureaucratic and it involved more layers of accountability Howe (1992) One of the criticisms of technocratic ideology is that it tends to exclude other ways of improving the skills of

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    Introduction Child abuse has been a big issue in the world for a long time. There has not always been child protective services like there is now. Children would be abused and neglected and nothing was being done because it was not being reported. The New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children was the world’s first organization in the late 1800s which was dedicated totally to child protection (Myers, 2008). Child Protection Before the year 1875, many children were not protected from

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    Child Protection Service

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    domestic violence in approximately 41 to 43 percent of cases resulting in the critical injury or deal of a child” (Bragg 2003, 9). As one can see from reading the many effects domestic abuse has on children it is critical that something happens to help stop these children from experiencing domestic abuse and the symptoms that come with it. Now taking a look at possible reasons why child protective services could not be involved. The main concern is that CPS workers already have a great deal of

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    Child Protection Policy

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    THE CHILD PROTECTION POLICY OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION STATISTICS          NCR CAR REGION REGION REGION REGION REGION REGION REGION I II III IV-A IV-B V VI - - 59 1 4 2 4 22 3 0 1        REGION REGION REGION REGION REGION REGION REGION VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII- 5 2 4 1 1 2 1 CHILD ABUSE AND RELATED COMPLAINTS REFERRED TO CENTRAL OFFICE AS OF AUGUST, 2010 TO PRESENT Physical, Verbal and Sexual Abuse and Violence inflicted by Teachers &

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