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October 20, 2011 permalink
Canada Court Watch has found that CAS management directs caseworkers to tamper with records by omitting parts of the story, omissions which extend to the degree of management intervention in the decision making process. In the event of a failure, such as a child death, management has plausible deniability.
Vernon Beck CAS workers have disclosed this week to Court Watch investigators that management with some CAS agencies are forcing front line workers to alter child protection records and to make sure that instructions from management to the CAS workers to tamper with the records are kept "off the record" in order to protect management from this highly unlawful practice. This of course makes it appear that decisions are being made by the workers and not by management so in the event of a lawsuit or criminal investigation, front line workers are going to take the blame.
Source: Facebook, Canada Court Watch