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Ex-Cop helps Court Watch
July 17, 2007 permalink
Canada Court Watch now has a former policeman who will help in interviewing victims of the family court system.
Ex Police officer helps in efforts to restore justice to family courts
(July 16, 2007) - An ex police officer who acknowledges that he has seen how family courts are responsible for many injustices against children and families has offered his services to conduct videotaped interviews of children who have been physically or emotionally abused or who have had their rights and freedoms violated while in the care of the CAS or by other agencies during family court proceedings. A growing number of professionals have contacted Court Watch in recent months to express their concern about what they see are a growing number of legitimate complaints against the family court system, the CAS and the Office of the Children's Lawyer. These professionals are asking what they can do to help restore justice in our courts. If you have a child who has been abused by the system and who is willing to speak out on videotape, then please contact Court Watch by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: Canada Court Watch