Wednesday, 18 October 2017







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

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