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    How frustrating! Keep reporting to both the police and social services every single time you hear abuse. Every time. As frustrating as it may be when you're concerns are ignored by authorities, surely they can't keep ignoring if it happens over and over. Someone needs to be the voice for these children xox

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    Call the police. Right now. This is child abuse and domestic violence. Why are you even doubting yourself over this???

    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    It absolutely is your place. These children need to be removed from this situation. One day, one of these children will be injured or killed. A report now could save them.
    DV has lifelong effects on children and changes who they grow up to be and cope in the world as adults. Don't ever question whether you should intervene! Good on you for caring and trying to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeWithLove View Post
    Update- I reported the incidents to child safety. They replied with 'thanks but we can't help until there has been more than three reports or physical brushing /marks evident.' Wtf?!?
    Such a let down.
    To add more BS to the situation - the parents got into it pretty bad yesterday and both the kids were screaming in terror. I called 000 and waited all afternoon and evening for an officer to come and investigate and help.
    Do you think they even showed up??
    What is wrong with this system?
    That's report nr 2 to docs then... Another one to go.


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