JS110Restore4_Child_Protection

JS110Restore4_Child_Protection - CHILD PROTECTION MEDIATION...

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CHILD PROTECTION MEDIATION Or Dependency Court Mediation
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Traditional Juvenile Court Process Removal from home 48 hours Petition 24 hours Detention 15 days Jurisdictional or Adjudicator Hearing 10 days Dispositional Hearing 6 months review 12 months review 18 months review (discretionary) 120days Permanency Planning
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Dependency Mediation is the resolution of child maltreatment cases using a neutral third-person to help mediate the disputes between the family & CPS/Juvenile Court in a confidential, informal setting instead of having the judge decide
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Confidentiality means: Any evidence or admission of criminal activity by parents (e.g. child abuse) cannot be used in subsequent litigation in any court Exceptions New child abuse allegations Threat of domestic violence
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PRINCIPAL PARTIES Parents of the child With attorneys CPS worker With CPS attorney CASA worker for child Attorney for child (optional) THIRD PARTIES Relatives of the child
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course JS 10 at San Jose State University .

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