Find resources to assist in each step of the child protection process, strategies for
... occur at screening, intake, investigation/assessment, ongoing child protection,
and case closure. ... Child Protective Services: A Guide for Caseworkers 2003 ...
A CPS investigation must begin within 24 hours and usually includes: Face-to-
face ... CPS investigator considers the following factors during the investigation:.
Sep 24, 2007 ... These Standards outline requirements for CPS Access and Initial ... CPS
agencies have discretion in investigating reports of alleged child ...
The vague laws and weak evidence standards governing CPS means that ....
Different from a criminal investigation, the main purpose of the CPS report is to ...
The Child Protective Services Division investigates reports of abuse and neglect
of children. It also: provides services to ... Learn About CPS Investigations.
Most states have standards that require CPS to initi- ate investigations of serious
cases within 24 hours. (Children's Bureau, 2003), but police may not even.
National Study of Child Protective Services Systems and Reform Efforts. Review
of State CPS Policy. 04/01/2003 ..... Chapter 4. Investigation. Sorry but there ...
CPS prioritizes the investigation response time based on a number of factors
including the nature of the allegations and the age of the child. The response
Standards and procedures for child protective services ... standards and
procedures for assessment, investigation and enforcement of child protective
Click this link for information on CPS investigations including what happens after
a removal, your rights, and more.