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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Child Protection Government Abuse 169-C The Process

Knowing your rights, Standing up for yourself and Speaking Up

"Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen."  Winston Churchill 


Let Kevin Avard know about the problems your encountering;

Speak Up, Host Kevin Avard sits down and talks with Independent Paralegal Denise McIntosh about a variety of issues having to do with dealings of the Family Courts


In NH the Child Protection law is NH RSA 169-C which can be found by clicking here type in 169-C
click on:

2. CHAPTER 169-C CHILD PROTECTION ACT Hits : 370
Summary: TITLE XII PUBLIC SAFETY AND WELFARE CHAPTER 169-C CHILD PROTECTION ACT Section 169-C:1 169-C:1 Short Title. — This chapter shall be known as the Child Protection Act.Source. 1979, 361:2, eff. Aug. 22, 1979.. Section 169-C:2 169-C:2 Purpose. — &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp I. It is the purpose of this chapter, through the

you will then end up here General Court RSA 169:C


Read this law find our what your rights are.  This law talks about what your rights are if DCYF is contacting you.

The Process with DCYF:

Central Intake - receives a complaint they check for red flags supposedly and they check records to see if there was a call before on the same family.

Social Worker - a social worker follows up with a phone call or by stopping by your home and leaving a card.
1) you don't have to call them back they have 60 days to continue to try to reach you before they will simply label the case unfounded.
2) If you end up speaking with them and agree to meet to show your child is fine, it does not have to be at your home it can be a restaurant or location that you feel safe.
3) Ask them to bring a copy of the Central Intake Report about your family; if they say they have to check with a supervisor, tell them you want them to bring it with them and you know you have a right to it.
4) at first Contact they are suppose to give you this pamphlet

"Always be ready to speak your mind, and a base man will avoid you." William Blake

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