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The relationship between law enforcement officers and child welfare social workers

By Cheryl Denise Gonzales and Aida Velia Quiñonez

Abstract

There has been a long established relationship problem between Child Protective Services (CPS) social workers and Law Enforcement (LE) officers. It is an issue of which both sides are aware, but neither has addressed this discord in an effort to improve collaboration between the two agencies. The purpose of this study is to help both Law Enforcement officers and Children Protection Services workers build a strong interdisciplinary relationship in child abuse cases

Topics: Social work with children, Child welfare, Police-community relations, Law enforcement, Child welfare, Law enforcement, Police-community relations, Social work with children., Law Enforcement and Corrections, Social Work
Publisher: CSUSB ScholarWorks
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu:etd-project-4548
Provided by: CSUSB ScholarWorks

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