Child Protective Services remove children for various reasons unrelated to the child's best interest. Children are being removed to meet quota or targets; children are being removed because CPS overreacts after a child has died in its biological family; children are being removed because of false allegations of abuse or mental illness are made against one or both parents; children are being removed so others may receive adoption bonuses.
In this section we discuss the wrongful removal of children by Child Protective Services and collect information about various cases where children were wrongfully removed from their first-parents.
ContentSpecial features: Wrongful removal cases
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