Parents Against Injustice have had cases of which children,and babies have experienced fractures while in Foster Care,after being removed from their natural Parents after suffering from the former.
With reference to this Social Services have refused to investigate the cases.many of these children show the classic signs of OI brittle bone disease.…
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 26, 2009 at 14:30 —
The Ministry of Justice has today published a set of reforms that aim to rebalance the legal aid budget to ensure that the £2.1 billion currently spent every year goes as far as possible in favour of civil help for those who need it most.
The reforms are outlined within the government's response to the consultation on legal aid funding reform proposals which are designed to help sustain the legal aid budget over the next spending review period, and ensure that we focus criminal legal… Continue
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 25, 2009 at 0:00 —
My husband Roger Gardener VV 4184 died in Bridged Princess of Wales Hopsital on Dec 22nd 2009 of we believe cancer related problems, whilst an inmate of Parc prison.
An Inquest, Coroners Report will now be held before he can be cremated at Bridgend.
He has 3 appeals at the CCRC which were placed rececntly but he did not have time to appeal his illegal extrdition proceedings -
I will continue to persue all three appeals and his illegal extradition… Continue
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 24, 2009 at 22:55 —
It is with great sadness that i inform you all that my Colleague and Friend Margaret Gardener at FASO, husband Roger has died on 22nd December, Margaret is the Director of the Falsely accused support Organization, Margaret has worked tirelessly for well over 12 years, for those who have been falsely accused of child abuse,and rape, my heart goes out to Margaret and her family at this sad time, i hope you all will remember Margaret and Family in your prayers.
Rodger rest in peace free from… Continue
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 24, 2009 at 22:00 —
Family Justice Council debate on media access
Journalists TUES 22/12/2009 - The Family Justice Council hosted a debate on Wednesday 9 December to discuss whether the media should be given greater access to the family courts.
The debate was held in the light of recent government proposals to increase media access to the family courts which have been opened to limited media scrutiny since April 2009.
There was general agreement that court… Continue
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 23, 2009 at 23:23 —
I feel your pain of a broken heart, when Santa Claus is on his way
The children that should be with you that the Social Services have led astray
Presents under the tree, sadness to much to bare
The love i send to you when you are in distress and despair
Remember you are not alone
I and the Lord are with you, just pick up the phone
Christmas is for Families, that Social Services have torn apart
My wish for you this festive season would be reunion and a brand… Continue
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 23, 2009 at 22:30 —
Make Wars History in Parliament Part 1/2
The inaugural meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Ending and Preventing War took place on Monday December 7th, 6.00-7.30pm in House of Commons Committee Room 20 (changed from Room 6). ...
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 23, 2009 at 22:05 —
0141 882 5658
Sunday December 13,2009
By Lucy Johnston
ONE neglected child is dying every week, a shocking study has revealed.
The report also shows that the… Continue
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 13, 2009 at 21:58 —
MAIN WEB SITE IS HAVING TECHNICAL PROBLEMS
IN THE EVENT THAT THE MAIN WEBSITE IS HAVING TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES YOU CAN STILL CONTACT US ON:
Main web site is: www.parentsagainstinjustice.org.uk
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 13, 2009 at 21:48 —
I will be on Holiday from Tomorrow 14th December until Tuesday 22nd December, for advice please call Margaret Gardener at FASO on 014952733027, or Trevor Jones on the PAIN mobile on 07906441056, or e mail Trevor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kind regards Alison Stevens PAIN.
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 13, 2009 at 21:08 —
How well can doctors diagnose child abuse from bone fractures?
December 10, 2009
Originally published in MedPage Today
by Chris Emery, MedPage Today Contributing Writer
Physicians often misdiagnose bone fractures caused by child abuse as accidental breaks, particularly if the child is male and the doctor is not a pediatrician, a new study found.
How well can doctors diagnose child abuse from bone fractures? Of children who suffered… Continue
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Salford children's director fired after toddler dea
The director of a children's services department which admitted failings in the protection of a murdered toddler has been sacked.
Jill Baker was in charge in Salford at the time two-year-old Demi Leigh Mahon was beaten to death by her babysitter.
An independent review found concerns raised about her welfare were not followed up properly by social workers.
Mrs Baker was suspended in September after a… Continue
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 12, 2009 at 14:30 —
A DISTRAUGHT dad ram-raided a social work office yesterday after his son was taken into care.
The man is said to have snapped after pleading in vain with social workers to reunite him with the boy.
Witnesses said he jumped into his Renault Clio and rammed it at a large plate glass window in the building in Milngavie, near Glasgow.
The car was a write-off and police were called to the scene by East Dunbartonshire Council staff.
One witness said: "The… Continue
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 11, 2009 at 22:30 —
Title: Child Abuse Errors: When Good Intentions Go Wrong
Author: Dennis Howitt
Publisher: Rutgers University Press, ©1993
Rutgers University Press
109 Church Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
$40.00 (c) $15.00 (p)
This 226-page book is based on the reports of 17 British families erroneously accused of child abuse and the conclusions of several articles from the British Association of Social Workers. Howitt… Continue
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 11, 2009 at 19:49 —
I applaud the Corporate Parents involved in the sacking of Jill Baker, Director of childrens Services in Salford.
Another child dies because of Local Authority incompetence.
Once again, Ofsted have failed this Local Authority, on such grounds that 5 children were possibly left at risk, because inspectors were unable to attain, via record,and documentation, that these children were not at risk of harm.
WARNING TO OTHER SO CALLED CHILD PROTECTORS FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES, OR… Continue
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 11, 2009 at 16:30 —
One of my Clients have just given birth, to a little boy,and the child stealers are ready to pounce.
I have just informed her Solicitors.
I dare say Coram will be ready to bring in a prospective Adopter, to act as a Foster Carer, during the early stages of the Care Proceedings.
They the adopters may have their proposed Child already.
Welcome to the 21st Century,and child trafficking at its worst, will keep you all informed.…
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 11, 2009 at 15:30 —
"Alison - I have a friend that desperately needs your help. The social worker
involved is trying to turn her kids against her saying things like "You're
better off without her" etc. Her name is Irene Lloyd. I've highly recommended
yourself/PAIN, I'm hoping she'll get in touch. Please help her if you can. I
remember how it feels to be that alone and not know what you're doing or where
to turn next, or if what they're doing is right or wrong etc.
I can never… Continue
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 10, 2009 at 23:31 —
The Office for Legal Complaints has announced further moves to set up a new ombudsman scheme that will investigate and resolve complaints by consumers of legal services.
The announcement comes on the same day as an order was laid in Parliament to enable the Legal Services Board to begin work as overseeing regulator in January 2010.
Justice Minister Bridget Prentice said:
‘It is essential that people using legal services know that they are well regulated. This… Continue
Added by Alison J Stevens on December 10, 2009 at 21:00 —