What's Wrong with DoCS Workers?
Welcome to all the CSO's and bureaucrats I have invited into this forum. Although you all remain Anonymous, confiscate with the first line of your post, our rights to discuss, muse and complain as citizens of Australia, you continue to tell us of all the wonderful things you do with your jobs. Things like going to the aid of children in REAL NEED and making things better for them.
Let's say - just hypothetically if that's at all possible for a CSO to do - imagine - you got it wrong. Everything was there - all the signs, everything was telling you this person/s has done this to this child.
Let's also assume the child is 4 and autistic. Oh-oh - we have a situation here. You may think the danger here is the child can't speak for himself... but no... the danger here is that the CSO is already CONVINCED (based on 'her emotional concept' which is also based on 'her life experiences') mixed with some knowledge of the Child Protection Act 1999.
The danger here is that with this preconceived idea, she is going to question the 3yr old that witnessed the accident - the question, undoubtedly would be.... "did mummy hurt .....?" The child, not wanting to lie, says "yes", because to her 2yrs of thinking... when something falls from somewhere that mummy moved, then mummy caused that to happen - so she did hurt him. The words "it was unavoidable, it was an accident, it could have happened to anyone, etc., etc.," will never be uttered from a 2-3yr old and so the answer "yes" suddenly becomes 'abuse'.
The family not only lose the child, but when the workers return with Police to gather ALL THE CHILDREN, some adult parents have 'conditions' - not just trauma, some suffer heart or kidney disease, diabetes, epilepsy. Such a visit and onslaught of such HORRIFYING news can bring on a heart attack, epileptic fit, or anxiety attack. Why, with all their experience, do the CSO's not have some idea of 'reactions' to their actions? I mean, everybody is aware of the 'Parking Inspector paranoia' - is there no psychological training into the trauma you are DEFINITELY causing the entire family including the children being removed. How on earth can this be taking the child' best interest at stake?
The story on this forum where the police escorted the CSO's (as usual because it's highly illegal what they are doing), when the father had an epileptic fit as he heard the news they were there to remove their children. The police pounced on him, kneed him in the guts and through him into the police van.
Hence - we will get this sorted in the same manner you get us sorted - by digging into our lives, pulling everything apart, tearing at the seams of a weak society created by this desperate attempt of Govt. workers NOT BEING WRONG.
It's OK - we forgive you - just go look into what we are saying, stop denying yourself the better future career you all have so much energy for. Use it in the right places and your Dept. will clean up - litterally and PROPERTY.
A 'filtering' process will need to be instilled several times before children can just be removed on a CSO's "feelings". Thereafter, even if she realises she was wrong, she has to keep face with all the colleagues involved now and continue the demise... until they themselves resign with the attitude they have been watching children being kidnapped for too many years.
Any CSO that does not believe the above comment, is welcome to email me with a request to meet with an ex-CSO officer to discuss their years with the DoCS.
Y'all have a nice day now, won't you???
BTW - my child spent the day in your offices last week bcos the foster family he lives with went on a day trip. Did he put that virus onto your PC's like I asked him to????