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Foster children in LA county class action lawsuit for “illegal, abusive, violent, concealed, unconscionable ‘kids for cash’ operation from 2006 to 2013.” Story here.

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California is one of the few states in the U.S. that has passed legislation to try and pierce through the cloak of secrecy surrounding Child Protection Social Service agencies. In 2008 California passed Senate Bill 39, which gave the public a chance to review how well — or poorly — child protective services did its job prior to a child’s death while in foster care.

Columnist Lois Henry of The Bakersfield Californian reported how “the State Department of Social Services planned to sneak a measure into a budget trailer bill that would have increased secrecy regarding the deaths of children who die of abuse or neglect” while in the care of CPS. Lois Henry does a good job explaining how CPS is all about hiding their practices and protecting themselves, instead of protecting children.

LOIS HENRY: Child death records must remain open to the public

BY LOIS HENRY
The Bakersfield Californian

Excerpts

I was outraged to read in the Los Angeles Times Thursday that the State Department of Social Services planned to sneak a measure into a budget trailer bill that would have increased secrecy regarding the deaths of children who die of abuse or neglect.

The proposed measure, as described by The Times, had nothing to do with protecting children.

No, no, no.

It was about protecting the system.

The measure would have stretched out deadlines for release of records, kept social worker’s names secret and prohibited the release of original case documents, instead allowing child protective services departments to do their own case summaries.

The measure would also have kept case files of children killed by a parent’s boyfriend/girlfriend under wraps, according to the Times.

This was a blatant attempt by Social Services to undo Senate Bill 39, passed back in 2008.

Thank goodness for the LA Times, which obtained a copy of Social Services’ draft measure before it was placed on the trailer bill and broke the story. In the end, the measure wasn’t put into the bill, which was ultimately rejected by the Senate as not being fully baked.

Read the Full Article Here.

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