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The court then determines what should be done to protect the child. The child may be left in the parents’ home under the supervision of the CPS agency, or the child may be placed in foster care. If the child is removed from the home and it is later determined that the child should never be returned to the parents, the court can begin proceedings to terminate parental rights so that the child can be put up for adoption. The state may also prosecute the abusive parent or caretaker when a crime has allegedly been committed.
In Florida the Department of Children and Families could not account for the disappearance of a five-year-old foster child, Rilya Wilson, who had been missing for more than a year before the agency noticed her absence in April 2002. At around that time the agency had reportedly lost track of more than 530 children. Rilya’s disappearance was only discovered after her caseworker was fired and the new caseworker could not locate the child. The former caseworker had reported that Rilya was fine, even though that caseworker had not visited the child at her foster home for months.
7% of the cases. 8% of reports came from anonymous and other sources. ) 34 Detecting, Measuring, and Preventing Child Abuse All states offer immunity to individuals who report incidents of child maltreatment ‘‘in good faith’’ or with sincerity. Besides physical injury and neglect, most states include mental injury, sexual abuse, and the sexual exploitation of minors as cases to be reported. Failure to Report Child Maltreatment Many states impose penalties, either a fine and/or imprisonment, for failure to report child maltreatment.