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Multiple foster care placements should be considered a mitigating factor in criminal proceedings.
(Ohio Northern University Law Review, 2018)
Multiple foster placements warrant treatment as a mitigating circumstance in criminal proceedings. The case for considering such placements is compelling particularly if the placements took place during a contracted period ...
The Need for a Child Protective Services Investigator Psychological Profile.
(Ann Arbor, Mich. : Michigan Child Welfare Law Resource Center, University of Michigan Law School, 1996-, 2014)
This article explores the need for personality profiling when hiring Child Protective Services (CPS) investigators. It begins by looking at the use of profiling when hiring law enforcement officials as an analogy. The ...
Wilderness Therapy Settings: An Industry in Need of Legal and Regulatory Oversight.
(State Bar of Michigan Children's Law Section, 2013)
Wilderness therapy, aimed primarily at adolescents presenting with problem behaviors, includes a range of interventions that incorporate nature and the wilderness as prominent aspects of treatment. In theory, wilderness ...
Foster care as a mitigating circumstance in criminal proceedings.
(Temple University School of Law, 2012)