professional licensed case workers abuse your kids, remove them for no reason and then claim “absolute immunity” or “limited immunity” this this has to end.!
Dozens of CPS caseworkers caught lying, falsifying documents
Misconduct cases, while rare, indicative of intense workloads and pressure to close cases
- CPS officials say such violations are rare, but they have no way to track them.
- Wrongdoing can stem from intense pressure to close cases quickly.
- CPS discipline for misconduct can be inconsistent.
When Child Protective Services received a complaint that a Harris County father had choked his teenage daughter, caseworker Michelle Robinson said…
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