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www.dfps.state.tx.us/Child_Protection/Investigations/parents_guide_to_investigation.asp

A Parent's Guide to a Child Protective Services (CPS) Investigation. ... How can I find out what is in my CPS record? What can I do if I disagree with the findings of the CPS investigation? ... about a criminal investigation. You can also contact local law enforcement if you feel that someone has made a false report against you.

emmasmith.org/KnowYourFamilyRightsHandbook.htm

The intent of this handbook is to inform parents, caregivers and their attorneys that they can stand up against CPS and Juvenile Judges when they infringe upon the rights of both parents and children. As you read this handbook, you will be amazed what your rights are and how CPS conspires with the Assistant Attorney  ...

wehavekids.com/parenting/InsideCPS

Nov 13, 2017 ... In my particular county in my state, CPS hands over a booklet outlining the parents' rights when they see them for the first time. If you receive any written materials, you can ask for time to review them. You can contact or consult with an attorney. If it makes you feel more comfortable, do it. In most cases, a few ...

www.risemagazine.org/2017/01/your-rights-during-an-investigation

Jan 18, 2017 ... Knowing your rights can help you understand that you also have power. But how you exercise your rights is also important. I've had cases that begin in court with CPS describing how the parent reacted to the investigation—by becoming very angry, screaming, or sometimes destroying property.

somethingforthepeople.wordpress.com/human-trafficking/news/introduction-to-legalized-kidnapping-and-adoption/home/fight-cps-hand-book

The authors fought back for 8 months against this corrupt organization whose order of the day was to deny them their 4th, 6th and 14th Amendment rights and to fabricate false charges without evidence. ... DCF will lie to you, mark my word, and tell you that they can do anything they want and have total immunity. Tell that to ...

www.vaclib.org/legal/CPS-Manual.htm

From Colorado Family Rights Association ... Based on my personal experiences, these are the steps I deem absolutely necessary to self defense in this situation: ..... If there is no open case against you, you have no court orders, the CPS has not notified you of an open investigation, etc... but they have been snooping ...

parentalrights.org/child_protective_services

heart-breaking stories of CPS corruption, including how children are being taken away unnecessarily and put in very abusive situations. Her conclusion is that ... My introduction into Child Protective Service cases was due to a grandmother in an adjoining state who called me with her tragic story. Her two granddaughters ...

cpsdefense.com/ten-things-you-must-do-if-cps-knocks-at-your-door

Social workers, unlike policemen making an arrest, are not required to inform the parents of their legal rights. All we had to do to remove a child was to show up at the home and tell the parents we came to remove the kids. Often times we would take a police officer with us (never telling the parents he was there for MY ...

fightcps.com/what-to-do-if-child-protective-services-social-workers-are-investigating-you

Apr 9, 2010 ... Another thing you really shouldn't tell CPS agents is whether you were once in state custody. When you tell them you were a foster child, first of all they know there's a file out there with your name in it from which they can pull documents to use as “evidence” against you. In my case, most of the paperwork in ...