Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Arrest > > date 04/24/2015- DUI WHILE > ACCOMPANIED BY A MINOR > > STATUTE: 316.193(4) (FIRST DEGREE > MISDEMEANOR)









Complaint re: ORANGE
> COUNTY FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS/MISUSE OF OFFICE
> FAILURE TO REPORT TO HHS JUVENILE/CHILDRENS LEGAL SERVICES
> & VIOLATIONS OF THE MOTHER AS NATURAL PARENT &
> CHILD'S RIGHTS AS SURVIVORS OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE Fw: Arrested
> for DUI with a minor (my daughter) in the vehicle : FL DCF
> CPI MISCONDUCT (CF180-4 DCF EMPLOYEE POLICIES/JUVENILE
> HANDBOOK) & NEGLIGENCE RELATING TO CHRONIC SUBSTANCE
> ABUSE & Fw: Attn: MADD VICTIM ADVOCATE Fw: (Arrest
> date  04/24/2015-   DUI WHILE ACCOMPANIED BY A
> MINOR STATUTE: 316.193(4) (FIRST DEGREE MISDEMEANOR) Fwd:
> Professional standards violation relating substance abuse
> & child abuse, DUI WITH A MINOR IN THE VEHICLE,failure
> to report to FL DCF CPI Services, durung which time child
> custody modification petitions were being entered into the
> family court by the mother, nondisclosure, unconsolidated
> cases involving parties to family law cases, Florida's
> Substance Abuse Impairment Act governs the voluntary and
> involuntary commitment and treatment for substance abuse
> (Fl. Stat. Ann. § 397.301 to 397.998). The act is also
> known as the Hal S. Marchman Alcohol and Other Drug Services
> Act or Marchman Act.  The Marchman Act-  The
> Department of Children and Families Protective
> Investigator decides whether to file a petition to the
> court alleging dependency, or to arrange voluntary
> treatment of the family. Protective Investigations
> must notify the complainant of the complainant’s
> right  to file such a petition if the Protective
> Investigator  decides not to file one (See Florida
> Statute  39.301(5)(c). Officers should expect to be
> notified if  Protective Investigations decides against
> the officer’s  recommendation to file. The officer
> may then file if he  or she so chooses.
> > To: "Victim Services" <marketing@victimservicecenter.org>
> > Date: Sunday, October 15, 2017,
> 8:46 AM
> >
> > Sheila Jocelyn Shaw
> > http://professsorshaw.blogspot.com/
> >
> >
> > --- On Sat, 10/7/17, Sheila Shaw
> <nine09digits@yahoo.com>
> > wrote:
> >
> > > From: Sheila Shaw <nine09digits@yahoo.com>
> > > Subject: Complaint re:
> ORANGE
> > COUNTY FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
> CORRECTIONS/MISUSE OF OFFICE
> > FAILURE TO REPORT TO HHS
> JUVENILE/CHILDRENS LEGAL SERVICES
> > & VIOLATIONS OF THE MOTHER AS
> NATURAL PARENT &
> > CHILD'S RIGHTS AS SURVIVORS OF
> SUBSTANCE ABUSE Fw: Arrested
> > for DUI with a minor (my daughter)
> in the vehicle : FL DCF
> > CPI MISCONDUCT (CF180-4 DCF
> EMPLOYEE POLICIES/JUVENILE
> > HANDBOOK) & NEGLIGENCE
> RELATING TO CHRONIC SUBSTANCE
> > ABUSE & Fw: Attn: MADD VICTIM
> ADVOCATE Fw: (Arrest
> > date  04/24/2015-   DUI WHILE
> ACCOMPANIED BY A MINOR
> > STATUTE: 316.193(4) (FIRST DEGREE
> MISDEMEANOR) Fwd:
> > Professional standards violation
> relating substance abuse
> > & child abuse, DUI WITH A
> MINOR IN THE VEHICLE,failure
> > to report to FL DCF CPI Services,
> durung which time child
> > custody modification petitions
> were being entered into the
> > family court by the mother,
> nondisclosure, unconsolidated
> > cases involving parties to family
> law cases, Florida's
> > Substance Abuse Impairment Act
> governs the voluntary and
> > involuntary commitment and
> treatment for substance abuse
> > (Fl. Stat. Ann. § 397.301 to
> 397.998). The act is also
> > known as the Hal S. Marchman
> Alcohol and Other Drug Services
> > Act or Marchman Act.  The
> Marchman Act-  The Department of
> > Children and Families Protective
> Investigator decides
> > whether to file a petition to
> the  court alleging
> > dependency, or to arrange
> voluntary  treatment of the
> > family. Protective
> Investigations  must notify the
> > complainant of the complainant’s
> right  to file such a
> > petition if the Protective
> Investigator  decides not to
> > file one (See Florida Statute
> 39.301(5)(c). Officers
> > should expect to be notified if
> Protective Investigations
> > decides against the officer’s
> recommendation to file.
> > The officer may then file if he
> or she so chooses.
> > > To: info@www.gao.gov
> > > Date: Saturday, October 7,
> 2017,
> > 4:42 PM






Complaint re: ORANGE
> COUNTY FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS/MISUSE OF OFFICE
> FAILURE TO REPORT TO HHS JUVENILE/CHILDRENS LEGAL SERVICES
> & VIOLATIONS OF THE MOTHER AS NATURAL PARENT &
> CHILD'S RIGHTS AS SURVIVORS OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE Fw: Arrested
> for DUI with a minor (my daughter) in the vehicle : FL DCF
> CPI MISCONDUCT (CF180-4 DCF EMPLOYEE POLICIES/JUVENILE
> HANDBOOK) & NEGLIGENCE RELATING TO CHRONIC SUBSTANCE
> ABUSE & Fw: Attn: MADD VICTIM ADVOCATE Fw: (Arrest
> date  04/24/2015-   DUI WHILE ACCOMPANIED BY A
> MINOR STATUTE: 316.193(4) (FIRST DEGREE MISDEMEANOR) Fwd:
> Professional standards violation relating substance abuse
> & child abuse, DUI WITH A MINOR IN THE VEHICLE,failure
> to report to FL DCF CPI Services, durung which time child
> custody modification petitions were being entered into the
> family court by the mother, nondisclosure, unconsolidated
> cases involving parties to family law cases, Florida's
> Substance Abuse Impairment Act governs the voluntary and
> involuntary commitment and treatment for substance abuse
> (Fl. Stat. Ann. § 397.301 to 397.998). The act is also
> known as the Hal S. Marchman Alcohol and Other Drug Services
> Act or Marchman Act.  The Marchman Act-  The
> Department of Children and Families Protective 
> Investigator decides whether to file a petition to the 
> court alleging dependency, or to arrange voluntary 
> treatment of the family. Protective Investigations 
> must notify the complainant of the complainant’s
> right  to file such a petition if the Protective
> Investigator  decides not to file one (See Florida
> Statute  39.301(5)(c). Officers should expect to be
> notified if  Protective Investigations decides against
> the officer’s  recommendation to file. The officer
> may then file if he  or she so chooses.
> > To: "Victim Services" <marketing@victimservicecenter.org>
> > Date: Sunday, October 15, 2017,
> 8:46 AM
> > 
> > Sheila Jocelyn Shaw
> > 
> > 
> > --- On Sat, 10/7/17, Sheila Shaw
> > wrote:
> > 
> > > From: Sheila Shaw <nine09digits@yahoo.com>
> > > Subject: Complaint re:
> ORANGE
> > COUNTY FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
> CORRECTIONS/MISUSE OF OFFICE
> > FAILURE TO REPORT TO HHS
> JUVENILE/CHILDRENS LEGAL SERVICES
> > & VIOLATIONS OF THE MOTHER AS
> NATURAL PARENT &
> > CHILD'S RIGHTS AS SURVIVORS OF
> SUBSTANCE ABUSE Fw: Arrested
> > for DUI with a minor (my daughter)
> in the vehicle : FL DCF
> > CPI MISCONDUCT (CF180-4 DCF
> EMPLOYEE POLICIES/JUVENILE
> > HANDBOOK) & NEGLIGENCE
> RELATING TO CHRONIC SUBSTANCE
> > ABUSE & Fw: Attn: MADD VICTIM
> ADVOCATE Fw: (Arrest
> > date  04/24/2015-   DUI WHILE
> ACCOMPANIED BY A MINOR
> > STATUTE: 316.193(4) (FIRST DEGREE
> MISDEMEANOR) Fwd:
> > Professional standards violation
> relating substance abuse
> > & child abuse, DUI WITH A
> MINOR IN THE VEHICLE,failure
> > to report to FL DCF CPI Services,
> durung which time child
> > custody modification petitions
> were being entered into the
> > family court by the mother,
> nondisclosure, unconsolidated
> > cases involving parties to family
> law cases, Florida's
> > Substance Abuse Impairment Act
> governs the voluntary and
> > involuntary commitment and
> treatment for substance abuse
> > (Fl. Stat. Ann. § 397.301 to
> 397.998). The act is also
> > known as the Hal S. Marchman
> Alcohol and Other Drug Services
> > Act or Marchman Act.  The
> Marchman Act-  The Department of
> > Children and Families Protective 
> Investigator decides
> > whether to file a petition to
> the  court alleging
> > dependency, or to arrange
> voluntary  treatment of the
> > family. Protective
> Investigations  must notify the
> > complainant of the complainant’s
> right  to file such a
> > petition if the Protective
> Investigator  decides not to
> > file one (See Florida Statute 
> 39.301(5)(c). Officers
> > should expect to be notified if 
> Protective Investigations
> > decides against the officer’s 
> recommendation to file.
> > The officer may then file if he 
> or she so chooses.
> > > To: info@www.gao.gov
> > > Date: Saturday, October 7,
> 2017,
> > 4:42 PM

Friday, 13 October 2017

PA income deduction order. Docket 02-83719 PACSES Case ID 047104532 > Florida case number 020050423 1143191595 Philadelphia





https://menacingintimatepartnerviolence.blogspot.com/2017/01/httpgoo.html?m=1

Professional misconduct involving administrative/court personnel, sherrif department employee misconduct;false reporting, harassment related to false reports and offensive behaviour torts including personality tort.  http://menacingintimatepartnerviolence.blogspot.com/2017/01/court-register-if-actionscourt.html?m=1


Thursday, 3 August 2017

Property theft, Ford Explorer,  winter garden road and West Colonial St, Barry Ave. and Fairvilla St. Orlando, FL.


Harassment was for the duration of enrollment with TESC Trenton, NJ beginning September of 2012 through February of 2014 between Orange, Hillsborough and Dade Counties. The harassment continued after the onset of an appeal of a juvenile court proceeding beginning August of 2011 through March of 2012 throughout the duration of shared cohabitancey with four other persons at 398 Brandon St. Orlando, Florida. Fraud. Not a patient or out patient. Public officer misconduct. Domestic violence associated with personality torts and public officer, correctional officer misconduct. The officer misconduct involves bits and pieces of other personal acquaintances or cohabitants in a rooming house or apartment setting who had open cases with mental health professional such as Vernice & Reginald A. Pearson, the numerous 911 calls at 398 Bransom St.Orlando, Florida a tenant and associate of the niece of Rev. Bishop Lowery. Stalking problem and multiple thefts associated with the tenants, family and landlord from this address begin ing with a vehicle robbery while my vehicle was parked at the United Deliverance Pentecostal Church, Pastored by Rev. Mr. & Mrs. Bishop Lowery. 428 Jernigan Ave, Orlando, FL 32805 FL Dept of Corrections Re: "The department provides a comprehensive range of outpatient mental health services including (but not limited to) evaluation, brief supportive counseling, case management, and referral to S I/II institutions, chemotherapy, and psychiatric follow up at S I/II/III institutions. The department arranges for continuity of care after expiration of sentence (EOS) for inmates with a diagnosis of mental retardation, those who show evidence of disabling symptoms of borderline or schizotypal personality disorder, or disabling symptoms of an Axis I mental disorder." Ford Explorer was stolen after relocating from 428 Jernigan Ave, Orlando, FL 32805 to Fairvilla Dr., Orlando, Florida. Vehicle came up missing around the first week of January 2013 coincidentally around the same time I had a shared cohabitation in Tampa, Florida. THROUGH THE COURSE OF SHARED COHABITATION OR COMMON RENTAL WITH A LANDLORD IN A MULTI UNIT HOUSE OR BUILDING, THERE HAS BEEN THE PROBLEM WITH IMPROPER PURPOSE INVOLVING THE correctional officer associated with the following cases or party, Reginald Pearson; 2012(dash)CF-001451(dash)A-O related cases 1989-CT(dash)031076(dash)A-O,1989 (dash)TR-041692(dash)A-O,1989-MM(dash)000713-A-A,1989-MM-000583-A-E,1989-CT-022050-A-W,1989-CT-026476-A-W,1990-CF-000523-A-O,1990-MO-010587-A-O,1991-CF(dash)004749(dash)A-O,1995TR(dash)004967-A-O,1995-CT(dash)005018(dash)A-O,1995-CF-010541(dash)A-O,1995(dash)MM019396(dash)A-O,1996(dash)CF006941(dash)A-O,1996-CF-009348-A-O,1996(dash)MM-018460-A-O,2008-CF-008499-A(dash)O,2008(dash)CF(dash)008503-A-O,2008-DR-008777-O,2008-CF-019348-A-O,2009-MM(dash)000541-A-W,2009-CF(dash)007051(dash)A-O,2009-MM(dash)012496-A(dash)O,2009(dash)CF(dash)018607-A-O,2010-CF-003778-A-O,2011-CF-000006-A-O,2011(dash)CF(dash)001869-A-O,2012-MM-000261-A-O at the following locations Rey Gonzalez (Garden Del Rey Apartments, 8923 N 40th Street, Tampa, FL; Rev. Bishop James Lowery 428 Jernigan Ave, Orlando, FL 32805, (407) 425-0871 landlord association at 328 Branson Dr, Orlando, FL 32805; Rey Gonzalez (Garden Del Rey Apartments, 8923 N 40th Street, Tampa, FL; Rev. Bishop James Lowery 428 Jernigan Ave, Orlando, FL 32805, (407) 425-0871 landlord association at 328 Branson Dr, Orlando, FL 32805; Cc:Harassment & Hate Crimes against Students

...the Office for Civil Rights may be able to assist you by investigating a complaint of discrimination against a school, school district, college, university, library, or other educational entity that is covered by a law OCR enforces... The Office for Civil Rights enforces several Federal civil rights laws that prohibit discrimination in programs or activities that receive federal financial assistance from the Department of Education. Areas covered may include, but are not limited to: admissions, recruitment, financial aid, academic programs, student treatment and services, counseling and guidance, discipline, classroom assignment, grading, vocational education, recreation, physical education, athletics, housing, and employment. OCR also has responsibilities under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (prohibiting disability discrimination by public entities, whether or not they receive federal financial assistance). The OCR National Headquarters is located at: U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights Lyndon Baines Johnson Department of Education Bldg 400 Maryland Avenue, SW Washington, DC 20202-1100 Telephone: 800-421-3481 FAX: 202-453-6012; TDD: 800-877-8339 Email: OCR@ed.gov https://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OCR/contactus.cfm The OCR office for Florida is located at: The OCR National Headquarters is located at: Atlanta Office Office for Civil Rights U.S. Department of Education 61 Forsyth St. S.W., Suite 19T10 Atlanta, GA 30303-8927 Telephone: 404-974-9406 FAX: 404-974-9471; TDD: 800-877-8339 Email: OCR.Atlanta@ed.gov U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights Lyndon Baines Johnson Department of Education Bldg 400 Maryland Avenue, SW Washington, DC 20202-1100 Telephone: 800-421-3481 FAX: 202-453-6012; TDD: 800-877-8339 Email: OCR@ed.gov Covered entities include all public and private programs that receive Federal funds from the U.S. Department of Education. These include all public schools and most public and private colleges, as well as some other entities, such as vocational rehabilitation agencies and libraries. For claims of disability discrimination (including disability-related retaliation), covered entities also include all state and local government entities, even if they do not receive Federal funds. If you believe you have been discriminated or retaliated against on any of these bases by a covered entity, you may file a complaint using either the electronic complaint form or the fillable PDF complaint form linked at the bottom of this page. If you choose to file a complaint using either method, you will be asked to provide your name, address, and email address; the name and address of the person discriminated against; and the name and address of the entity you believe discriminated If you select the fillable PDF complaint form, once you complete the complaint form and Consent Form, you should print them out, sign them; and mail them (or email scanthe copies of the signed forms) to the Enforcement Office with authority for the state where the institution or entity you are complaining about is located. A staff person will contact you once your complaint has been received and reviewed. ccFRAUDULENT STATEMENT , fraud and white collar criminal > behavior 39.0141 A Missing Children Report is Required and > is found to be absent in all proceedings prior to date. > & 95.11 Tort actions for fraud or assault > &39.0014,39.0141 MISSING CHILDRENS REPORT REQUIRED cc: Continuation of fabricated Fraudulent claims by a public officer and family ties/family like organizational ties thereof associated with the first case registered in Orange County Florida, Lidia Gardener Clerk of Courts. http://goo.gl/l6sTAc (IV-D case 53 C07-9704-JP-00189 482002DR050423A001IX/Register of Actions Case No. 2002-DR-050423-I) CASE INFORMATION information regarding Philadelphia Courts CUSTODY PASCES CASE NUMBER 0C9901243 GOOGLE DOC RELATED CASE NUMBERS Florida case number 020050423 1143191595 IVD Transmittal Absent Administrative Action throughout case registries in Orange County Florida, Misconduct involving FL DEPT. REVENUE CHILD SUPPORT DIVISION AND FL DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES