Social Worker Justifies Breaking The Law Inside The Child Protection System

I don’t believe all these mistakes are mistakes at all (some maybe) It’s obviously being done purposely and it’s pure criminal! Now when will all these wronged parents and their families be getting their child/ren back? and their ‘alleged’ forced adopted child/ren? We need a full investigation, written apologies (including public) and lots more besides.The family’s affected need compensating at the very least, although the cruel damage is already done (yet they continue…. :O) Shame on them!!

SS (Stealing Services) and we always knew it!!

After all, this post suggests we have criminals amongst us stealing the children at best!! 😦 x

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A social worker who has chosen to remain anonymous, has told online social work magazine Community Care that child protection professionals break the law in order to do what’s best for children inside the family justice system.

The piece comes after a family court ruling highlighted the widespread misuse of Section 20 arrangements were being used to keep children detained in state care, illegally and for lengthy periods. Social workers were also failing to obtain court orders to implement these arrangements.

Section 20 arrangements are voluntary agreements which give parents the option of placing their children in state care, where the parents need respite or are unable to look after their children for short periods. Children can leave the accommodation provided for them at any time, and without notice. Parents can also remove their children from the accommodation without requiring local authority consent to do so.

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