abuse or neglect

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  • It has been reported that many children died due to abuse or neglect.
  • Either of the two can occur after an initial report of child abuse or neglect called an index report.
  • With abuse or neglect it may very soon wear out. Cited from Outdoor Sports and Games, by Claude H. Miller
  • Each program works with children and young adults who have experienced some form of abuse or neglect in their lifetime.
  • This advocate reports directly to the governor regarding severe child abuse or neglect in the state.
  • Many animals featured are severely abused or neglected or in need of specialized medical treatment.
  • The social services department investigated and intervened in cases of child abuse or neglect.
  • Each day in the US approximately 700 children are removed from their parents to protect them from abuse or neglect.
  • The Child Protection Division files civil actions against parents and guardians who abuse or neglect their children.
  • So, as our development continued, we came in time to love ourselves too well to despise or abuse or neglect the bodies we lived in. Cited from Daybreak: A Romance of an Old World,by James Cowan
  • IFPS is designed to prevent the removal of children from the home in cases of abuse or neglect.
  • As more case studies are presented and more research is conducted the ability to use insects as determining evidence in cases of abuse or neglect grows.
  • CASA is a national organization that supports court-appointed advocates for abused or neglected children.
  • Further investigation about entomological evidence used in abuse or neglect cases in all probability exists, yet is not currently published or available to the general public.
  • If he have great numbers, he must delegate his authority; and, like all other delegated authority, it will either be abused or neglected. Cited from Advice to Young Men, by William Cobbett
  • Their job was to investigate child abuse or neglect.
  • In some US states, mandatory reporting requirements apply to all people in the state who suspect child abuse or neglect.
  • Anyone who abused or neglected to feed these horses properly was subjected to punishment by the government.
  • Attachment theory also developed in response to the rise of children admitted to RTCs who were abused or neglected.
  • Definitions often include institutionally caused physical, psychological, financial, or sexual abuse or neglect.
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