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Identifying Mother-Son Incest: What Child Protective Services Investigators and Attorneys Need to Know.
(State Bar of Michigan Children's Law Section, 2013)
Society’s disdain and concern for child sexual abuse has been accelerated by the recent trial of Jerry Sandusky and a number of other local high profile cases. To address this phenomenon, every state has an infrastructure ...
Videotaping Child Sexual Abuse Investigation Interviews.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2015-02)
The U.S. Supreme Court has not yet ruled that videotaping investigative interviews with children suspected of having been sexually abused is mandatory.1 However, "[a]t the best child advocacy centers, interview protocols ...
Matching the Right CPS Investigator with the Right Investigation.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2016-09)
[...]some relationships extend across investigations. Investigators that are assigned according to specialty might cross paths with others who specialize along similar lines: law enforcement officers, facility administrators, ...
On Patrol: The Need for Better Collaboration Between Front- Line Police Officers and Child Protection Workers.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2017-12)
The New York Police Department (NYPD) has a radio code1 for child abuse cases (10-35), but this radio transmission is rarely used by Central because no parent ever calls a 911 operator to say that they have committed a ...