I am trying to find out how CPS works when a parent in one county reports abuse by a parent in another county!
The question has to do with observing the child with both parents in each parents home and environment. The CPS worker who is investigating the original claim in one county has asked the county of the other parent to check out the home of the second parent the one who reported the abuse. It seems that the second county representative will report back to the first it's observations, so my question is this, how do they coordinate? Do they simply rely on each others words, or is there a point where the same individual will actually observe the child in both situations. Is there another level that crosses the county line, or just how is a case coordinated when both parents live in separate counties? I seems that at some point there would have to be someone who actually observes both situations in order to get an accurate picture. Does anyone know how that works?
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