July 11, 2017 § Leave a comment
- Teenage Girl Alleges Sexual Assault At Hyderabad Orphanage
- Massive lawsuit filed on behalf of Indigenous children torn from their homes
- Georgia adoptive mom wanted on child abuse charges
- Former ward of state disappointed by government no show
- Foster father sentenced to 10 years RI for sexually abusing minor daughter
- Couple charged with abuse after toddler foster child found malnourished
- Children in Foster Care in NC Surpasses 11,000, Children’s Home Society Intensifies Response
- Connecticut DCF still isn’t meeting children’s needs, says court monitor
- Court Orders Resentencing in Military Child Abuse Case
- Boy (2) in state’s care dies after drowning in poo
- Jody Herring agrees to accept plea deal for 4 killings
- 9th Circuit: Detained Immigrant Children Entitled to Court Hearing
- 200th home for a former foster youth
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 03:14 PM PDT
The Class 9 student at the orphanage told her teachers that in the early hours of the morning, he would call her to his room and abuse her.
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 03:10 PM PDT
Indigenous children were subjected to a decades-long federal-government policy that saw them torn from their homes and placed with non-Aboriginal families, a class-action lawsuit claims.
|Georgia adoptive mom wanted on child abuse charges
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 03:07 PM PDT
Authorities are searching for a mother accused of abusing her adopted children.
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 03:05 PM PDT
A petition calling for a public inquiry and an apology was presented to parliament today by former wards of the state. As children some were victims of physical abuse, sexual abuse and mental abuse whilst in state care here in New Zealand.
|Foster father sentenced to 10 years RI for sexually abusing minor daughter
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 03:02 PM PDT
A lower court today sentenced a foster father to undergo 10-year RI for sexually assaulting his 7-year-old daughter.Adjudicating a case occurred three years back Balasore Additional District judge Ajanta Sarangi awarded the accused 10 years RI and fine of Rs 5,000 today.According to prosecution, Jaga Hembram of Govindpur village under Khaira Police Station on April 28 , 2014 took his 7 year daughter to nearby Palasa forest and sexually assaulted her. The girl narrated her ordeals to her mother after she returned home. Jaga was arrested after his wife lodged a complainant with the police.
|Couple charged with abuse after toddler foster child found malnourished
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 02:57 PM PDT
Garren Dodd McDonald, 48, and Shelley Lanette McDonald, 43, were arrested June 28, the Etowah County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday. The Collinsville couple is charged with one count each of child abuse.
|Children in Foster Care in NC Surpasses 11,000, Children’s Home Society Intensifies Response
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 02:52 PM PDT
In May 2017, a steadily rising number of children in foster care broke the 11,000 mark, the highest level in 10 years and a nearly 28 percent increase over the last five years.
|Connecticut DCF still isn’t meeting children’s needs, says court monitor
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 02:55 PM PDT
Caseloads are growing and children’s needs aren’t being met, according to the federal court monitor overseeing the Department of Children and Families.
|Court Orders Resentencing in Military Child Abuse Case
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 02:37 PM PDT
A federal appeals court has ordered a new sentencing for a former Army major and his wife convicted of multiple counts of child endangerment, after prosecutors argued their initial sentences were too lenient.
|Boy (2) in state’s care dies after drowning in poo
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 02:34 PM PDT
A toddler in the care of the state has died after he was found unconscious in a swimming pool.
|Jody Herring agrees to accept plea deal for 4 killings
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 01:59 PM PDT
A woman accused of fatally shooting a social worker and her three family members has agreed to accept a plea deal.
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 02:59 PM PDT
Children detained by immigration authorities have the right to a hearing before an immigration judge to consider their release, according to a federal appeals court in San Francisco.
Posted: 09 Jul 2017 01:48 PM PDT
A woman once in foster care is spending this 4th of July in her new dream home.
It’s Loren Elam’s first apartment and thanks to the non-profit A Sense of Home it is decorated from top to bottom and a home to envy.