The Use of Coercion in the Child Maltreatment Investigation Field: A Comparison of American and Scottish Perspectives.
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The intent of this article is to investigate legal precedents and principles, which yield plausible uses of coercion in the child maltreatment investigative context. In doing so, the goal is to contribute to the underlying legal philosophy and its practical application in the child maltreatment field. In particular, this article addresses the use of coercion in the child protective investigative setting from both an American and Scottish perspective.
Pollack, D.; MacKay, K.; Shipp, K. (2015). The use of coercion in the child maltreatment investigation field: comparison of american and scottish perspectives. University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, 22(2), 129-170.
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