Legally Kidnapped

December 5, 2016 § Leave a comment

Legally Kidnapped
Police probe death of 1-year-old boy in foster care
International adoptions may get harder due to proposed U.S. regulations
Attorney: Accused in social worker killing unfit for trial
Glynn an anomaly in Georgia foster-care crisis
State cannot issue child care licenses for family detention centers, judgment finds
Police probe death of 1-year-old boy in foster care
Posted: 04 Dec 2016 07:07 AM PST

A Greenwich woman is grieving the death of her 1-year-old son after police say the child died in Bridgeport while in the care of foster parents.

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International adoptions may get harder due to proposed U.S. regulations
Posted: 04 Dec 2016 06:48 AM PST
Michael was one of more than 15,000 children adopted internationally in 1998. But by 2015, that number had dwindled to 5,647.

And now, international adoption agencies worry that a sweeping set of proposed State Department regulations could erode that number further.

More >> International adoptions may get harder due to proposed U.S. regulations
Attorney: Accused in social worker killing unfit for trial
Posted: 04 Dec 2016 06:34 AM PST
A hearing is expected to be held early next year to help determine if a woman charged with killing a social worker and three relatives in Vermont is fit to stand trial.

More >> Attorney: Accused in social worker killing unfit for trial
Glynn an anomaly in Georgia foster-care crisis
Posted: 04 Dec 2016 06:20 AM PST
Child foster care issues are well-known in Georgia. Now Georgia’s foster-care problems are known nationwide.

The Associated Press published an article Nov. 13 reporting five states account for almost two-thirds of the national increase of children in foster care. Leading those five is Georgia, which according to the report went from 7,600 foster-care children during September 2013 to 13,266 in October of this year.

More >> Glynn an anomaly in Georgia foster-care crisis
State cannot issue child care licenses for family detention centers, judgment finds
Posted: 04 Dec 2016 06:09 AM PST
A judge issued a final judgment Friday to prevent the state from issuing a child care license for family detention centers, such as the 2,400-bed immigration detention center in Dilley or a 1,000-bed center in Karnes County, according to the Austin-based advocacy group Grassroots Leadership.

More >> State cannot issue child care licenses for family detention centers, judgment finds

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