Table of contents for Keeping children safe when their parents are arrested : local approaches that work / by Ginny Puddefoot, Lisa K. Foster.


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INTRODUCTION           . ........ ..................... ......................... .............  - . ...... 5
BACKGROUND     ....... ................... ..............5.......,................................... .  ..... 5
LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT--CHILD WELFARE CONFERENCE.               ....... ...... .....   6
LAW ENFORCEMENT--CHILD WELFARE PROTOCOL LEGISLATION .......................... 6
PURPOSE OF REk  ORT  .............................................................  ........................ .   7
PURPOE.O.....R.          ..     ...    ......              ...-.        ....
WHY CONSIDERING CHILDREN WHEN PARENTS ARE ARRESTED IS
SIBIPOR' AN1.......... . . ..... .. 7** o oQe............ . .....  .............. . .   13
BENEFITS TO LAW ENFFORCEMENT ....         ...... ......................... ...................,...... 13
THE IMPACT OF PARENTAL ARREST ON CHILDREN........................ ........................ 13
LAw ENFORCEMENT tkESPONžES TO CHILDRk        ` ................................. .......... 17
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CHILDWELFARE RESPONSIBILITIES FOR
CHILDREN AT THETIME OF PARENTAL ARREST ........................................ 21
LAW ENFORCEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES FOR CHILDREN WHEN PARENTS ARE
ESrED........    .................................................... 4 ..................... .  o  .....................  21
CHILD WELFARE SERVICES RESPONSIBILITIES FOR CHILDREN WHEN PARENT4 ARE
ARRESTED ............... ...... ......................... .................................................................  23
BRIDGING BETWEEN TWO DIFFERENT PROFESSIONAL CULTURES........................... 23
FORMULATING AN EFFECTIVE RESPONSE: A CHECKLIST FOR LOCAL
AGENCIES.............   ...........  ............................................. ........ .............. 25
DEVELOPING A LOCAL RESPONSE.............................................................................. 25
JOINT PROTOCOLS FOR KEEPING CHILDREN SAFE WHEN PARENTS
ARE ARRESTED.........................29. ........  .... ...................... .  ..........0. .............. 29
SAN  FRANCISCO ..............................................  .......................................................... 29
Los ANGELES CITY AND COUNTY ........................................................................... 30
SAN JOSE AND SANTA CLARA COUNTY .....                  ............ o....................... 31
A BROADER VISION OF KEEPING CHILDREN SAFE: THE NEW HAVEN
CHILD DEVELOPMENT-COMMUNITY POLICING PROGRAM................. 35
NATIONAL MODEL OF COLLABORATION ..................................................... .......... 35
CROSS-TRAINING .... .............................................................................................. 35
CONSULTING AND SHARING INFORMATION ................................................................ 36



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Children of prisoners California, Children of prisoners Services for California