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A day in the life of the Dept of Courts.

Posted by watchingcyfswatchnewzealand on February 18, 2007

Friday, 16 February 2007

A day in the life of the Dept of Courts.

Jim’s Day in our Sexist Courts:

It was CYFS Day at the Manukau Court (Thursday 15-2-07).

Every single case, about twenty in all, were cases around CYFS intervention.

On this day children are consigned or confirmed as wards of the Court and under the control of the CEO of CYFS. All cases are held in secret.

Children as young as two years who have been accessed by the father in a bruised up condition while in the care of their custodial parent (usually the mother) will be recommended in these sessions to be wards of the Court.

Their father, even if he is a capable care giver, will not become part of the equation.

Instead a psychologist will produce a profile of the child that consigns it to CYFS.

PSYCHOLOGISTS, LAWYERS and COUNSELS FOR THE CHILDREN GET BIG MONEY FOR THESE JACK UPS.

And CYFS budget for next year goes UP & UP & UP.

Social workers who came from England to work for CYFS couldn’t believe their eyes and RETURNED TO ENGLAND.

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