Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Texas assessment of CPS

Any serious investigation of CPS would find some abuses, but this found none:
The Child Protective Services (CPS) Division of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (TDFPS) released the second of two reports that were created as part of an “Operational Assessment” conducted by The Stephens Group (TSG), a consulting firm based out of New Hampshire. The report purports to represent a comprehensive review of the activities, achievements, and challenges facing CPS, but Breitbart Texas’ review of the report has revealed some glaring omissions in the report’s findings. The report has no mention of abuses of power or unwarranted intrusions on the part of the state agency into the parent-child relationships of some Texas families. ...

The report, posted on the TDFPS website, is more than 200 pages and makes recommendations for areas of improvement. ...

With rare exception, the attorneys were unwilling to criticize CPS on the record, expressing fear of reprisal against their clients.
Okay, it is just a whitewash. Nothing to see here, because no one dared to take on the powers.

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