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police and social services, are there benefits to keeping the two investigations separate?
Weegy: There are many benefits of a joint effort between police and social services when investigating child physical or sexual abuse. [ This is very important between investigators and social services because they both play a crucial part when it comes to investigating child physical or sexual abuse. The reason why is one another can back each other up when solving the case, the investigator job is to gather information to solve the case and get important facts. The social services job is to take the information that the investigator gives them and apply it to the case for safety to the sexual abuse or child abuse. First, there is some flaws between the two sides because the two sides have different ways that they organization is quite different, not least in the way decisions are reached. This being said I believe that bringing the two sides together under one roof is the ideal plan so that both side can compromise on decisions making. It has been said that when two agencies that don’t agree usually bring some danger to the child welfare, and put the child at risk; in some cases, of losing their life. I know that both parties have a big fear of this happing and try to avoid this in any way possible. Another reason is when police child protection officers and social workers have a positive working relationship. This is often because one another gain trust and go the extra mile to cover any issues in the system that helps us and inhibits a common understanding. The child physical and sexual abuse were police and investigators and social services most commonly get involved in a joint investigation with social services are those involving direct allegations of sexual abuse, and all cases of serious assault and persistent abuse. There are no benefits to keeping the two investigations separate because both parties work together to prevent child physical or child abuse or get important information from abused party and also try to gain trust between both parties. ] (More)
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would you investigate an adult abduction the same as you would a child abduction?
Weegy: Yes. All human life is equally important. (More)
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while excel is considered a spreadsheet software, it does offer its users visual elements, such as charts, and colors. why do you think it is important for visual elements to be available and also include in a worksheet?
Weegy: Even textbooks do not agree - web sites do not agree. What I would recommend is get together as a staff in your district and come up with a vocabulary that you all agree to use. The less we "confuse" the students the better. [ I tried to give the students other words they might hear that meant the same thing - although I don't recall giving them tertiary colors (I know I used Intermediate colors). The textbook I used with students did list Triadic colors - but they got that from me. This topic does come up on the Art Education list serves. Marvin Bartel has shared this wonderful explanation. While you are "drilling" the Principles - Be sure to introduce the Percy Principles of Composition. Read and enjoy. ] (More)
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what liability should owners have if their car is stolen? should an owner have any?
Weegy: the car was stolen and the insurance on the car is not valid. Assuming that the vehicle was in fact stolen, then the rightful owner would probably not have any legal liability for your collision, although there are some exceptions to this rule. [ However, if you have insurance coverage on your own vehicle you may be able to seek reimbursement for some of your out of pocket expenses. Additionally, you may be able to contact the State Attorney who is prosecuting the person who stole the vehicle and ask them to get you victim's compensation. Regardless, as this is not meant to be legal advice, you should consult with an attorney to discuss your rights. ] (More)
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