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  • Studies Of Sexual Abuse Reports For Example
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    Child Protective Services For 30 years, advocates, program administrators, and politicians have joined to encourage even more reports of suspected child abuse and neglect. Their efforts have been successful, with about three million cases of suspected child abuse having been reported in 1993. Large numbers of endangered children still go unreported, but a serious problem had developed: Upon investigation, as many as 65 percent or the reports now being made are determined to be "unsubstantiated",...
  • Signs Of Child Abuse
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    Federal mandates can be very important to the well being of U.S. citizens. Mandate 13031 is for the protection of one of the natural rights of every U.S. citizen; life. The term 'child abuse' means the physical or mental injury, sexual abuse or exploitation, or negligent treatment of a child. This mandate outlines the regulations of who is responsible for reporting possibilities of child abuse. This mandate is responsible for saving the lives of many abused children. Federal Mandate 13031 falls ...
  • Child Abuse And Neglect Mother
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    Child Abuse and Neglect Mother got up and strolled over to the kitchen sink. She knelt down, opened the sink cabinet and removed a bottle of ammonia. I didn't understand. She got a tablespoon and poured some ammonia into it. My brain was too rattled to think. As much as I wanted to, I could not get my numbed brain into gear. With the spoon in her hand, Mother began to creep towards me. As some of the ammonia sloshed from the spoon, spilling onto the floor, I backed away from Mother until my head...
  • Fifty Eight Percent Of Physical Abuse Cases
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    An eight-year-old male, named B.J., had a six-year-old sister and a four-year-old brother. He is currently hospitalized due to anxiety and hyper vigilant protective activity with his younger siblings. He was also regularly masturbating in public, and suffered from developmental delays, speech and learning difficulties, suicidal threats and poor interpersonal skills. He has suffered moving from state to state, been kidnapped by his non-custodial parent, and been in two foster homes all during a b...
  • Suspected Child Abuse
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    Child abuse is a term that generally refers to the mistreatment of a child by a parent or any other adult. Section 69 of the Family Services Act states "a Person having a child in his charge shall not ill treat, neglect, abandon, or expose him in a manner likely to cause him unnecessary suffering or to injure his physical or metal health Child abuse can be arranged in four main categories, they are physical abuse, with indicators such as unexplained injuries and behavioural problems, emotional a...

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