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National Coalition for Child Protection Reform

CAPTA: The Child Abuse Law Which Could Destroy Your Reputation

Child abuse is a horrific act, no matter how you define it. That’s why we have so many laws, and public and private agencies, set up specifically with the charge to protect children and maintain their safety. It’s exactly why … Continue reading

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The Real Reasons for Child Abuse Deaths

It’s easy enough to see how people can leap to the conclusion that the deaths of children “known to the system” must be the result of “family preservation” or the federal law requiring agencies to make “reasonable efforts” to keep … Continue reading

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False Allegations: What the Data Really Show

As the previous paper in this series noted, of the roughly 3.6 million children investigated as a result of reports alleging child abuse every year, more than 2.8 million of them –– nearly four out of five – are victims … Continue reading

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