Top 3 Families United Ontario Videos
# 1. LESLEY WOLLENSCHLAGER
UNREGISTERED CHILD PROTECTION SOCIAL WORKER.
When is the only time a police officer without reasonable grounds or probable cause allowed to search a home without a warrant and get away with it?
Answer: When a child protection worker without any reasonable grounds to do so, invites the officer in and allows the officer to follow as they look for signs of child abuse or neglect under furniture, in closets, in your cupboards, refrigerator and in your child's diaper.
In United States law, the term color of law denotes the "mere semblance of legal right", the "pretense or appearance of" right; hence, an action done under color of law colors (adjusts) the law to the circumstance, yet said apparently legal action contravenes the law. Under color of authority is a legal phrase used in the US indicating that a person is claiming or implying the acts he or she is committing are related to and legitimized by his or her role as an agent of governmental power, especially if the acts are unlawful.
"Color of office" refers to an act usually committed by a public official under the appearance of authority but exceeds such authority. An affirmative act or omission, committed under color of office, is sometimes required to prove malfeasance in office.
(Lesley's credentials include and are limited to a two year college course in general social work completed - and with OACAS's announced new training Lesley will be qualified to register with the College of Social Work in just a few short weeks.)
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# 2. SUN WAI
UNREGISTERED CHILD PROTECTION SOCIAL WORKER
Meet Sun Wai, a University of Guelph graduate that has a BA in criminal justice and public policy who went on to become an another UN-REGISTERED child protection social worker for Family and Children's Services of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington in Ontario. Sun Wai failed to investigate objectively, took a biased position throughout, and failed to reassess and adjust her position as she had a statutory duty to do when faced with information that did not support her original position or her sworn affidavit. Listen as Sun Wai explains the children's aid society's anti-oppressive policy.
WATCH THE VIDEO 17,683 Views.
#3. KIM MORROW
UNREGISTERED CHILD PROTECTION SOCIAL WORKER AND FORMER DIRECTOR OF SERVICE FOR FCSLLG.
Meet Kim Morrow, former unregistered director of service for FCSLLG who has 30 plus years of experience and listen as she explains away as just being bumps on the road FCSLLG's failure to investigate objectively, taking a biased position throughout, and failing to reassess and adjust FCSLLG's position as FCSLLG had a statutory duty to do when faced with information that did not support FCSLLG's original position.
This 120 minute video is the beginning of the FCSLLG's internal complaint process. Unfortunately the complaint process came to sudden stop when we wouldn't agree to sign a legally binding document agreeing not to document (record) the complaint process for legal purposes.
WATCH THE VIDEO 8,451 Views.
In January 2017, the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies (OACAS) launched a revamped set of curriculum for Ontario’s child protection workers. The Child Welfare Pathway to Authorization Series is designed to be more responsive and better reflect the realities of child welfare work in Ontario using an anti-oppressive framework - and here I thought Canada's Constitution, Charter of Rights and Fundamental Justice was an anti-oppressive framework.
New training will cover topics such as equity, human rights, and anti-racism.
Imagine that, an agency that has been called as "Powerful As God" needs anti-oppressive, anti-racist human rights training in whatever the society's corporate version of an anti-oppressive framework is.
The current hierarchical corporate structures that dominate our economies have been in place for over 200 years and were notably supported and defined by Max Weber during the 1800s. Even though Weber was considered a champion of bureaucracy, he understood and articulated the dangers of bureaucratic organisations as stifling, impersonal, formal, protectionist and a threat to individual freedom, equality and cultural vitality.