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Child Abuse (SOC 4120) ~ Exam III Study Guide Exam is Thur, Dec. 7. Optional study session Tue, Dec. 5. 100 point exam: 25 multiple choice and 10 fill-in-the-blank at 2 points each; 1 essay question at 30 points, and 4 extra credit multiple choice at 2 points each. This is a “closed note” exam; no materials allowed on or visible from your desk. CPS Process – Chapter 10 1. What are the main stages of the child protective process? What happens during each? o Report to intake, investigation (Substantiated or unsubstantiated), Evaluation, 2. What does it mean to be a “mandated reporter”? Examples? o People who have to report suspected maltreatment to CPS intake. Ex. Teachers, nurses, social worker, day care provider. 3. What is the difference between substantiated and unsubstantiated cases? o Substantiated: if there is enough evidence to say that abuse and neglect has occurred CPS will substantiate the case. Unsubstantiated: Not enough evidence to create a case out of it. 4. How does Michigan CPS categorize cases? o 123: Substantiated, 4,5 unsubstantiated. 5. When and how do emergency removals occur? o Occur at the investigation stage. Removal from home can occur at any time, but an emergency removal is when the investigator first shows up to the home. Send request to referee and get order to remove the children. Need to occur of 1 of 3 circumstances: dangerous home, abandonment, imminent danger/threat Legal Process – Chapter 11 & Guest Speakers 1. What role does the legal process play in child protection cases? o Can put court order in place to get family to participate in services through court.
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