CPS PUBLIC POLICY PRIORITIES IN TEXAS
Click on the following link to access the handbook that seems to have appeared on the Internet out-of-thin-air that was not previously available. The “cps paper,” as it is called, appears to be a short handbook of alleged Child Protective Services (Department of Family and Protective Services for state of Texas) policy priorities that superficially touches upon Senate Bill 6, signed in 2005, and changes that have allegedly been made or are future priorities.
Know that Jane Burstain, listed immediately, is the adoption policy expert/lobbyist in Austin, Texas for Child Protective Services (CPS). Her bias lends an artificiality that one might expect for someone so heavily invested in the “best (financially sustainable) interest” and “best practices” of “collaborative” (conspiratorial by its very definition) courts and court-appointed specialists and contractors. Caveat emptor.