PATHWAYS TO Fortifying AND SUPPORTING FAMILIES IN ILLINOIS.


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Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development. 1 ... September 23, 2010. Division of Service Support, Office of Training ...
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PATHWAYS TO STRENGTHENING AND SUPPORTING FAMILIES IN ILLINOIS Module 3D – Drug Endangered Child Protocol Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development

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Job Competency Assess the requirement for Law Enforcement association with respect to a Drug-Endangered Child (DEC). Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development

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Video: Tweaked Watch for rates of coordinated effort between tyke welfare and law requirement Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development

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Meth Production and Use in Illinois Have ended up "mother and pop" in-home labs expanding the risk to kids Originally bound to country zones Manufacturers and clients are regularly the same - Based on 2002 information from Illinois State Police Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development

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History Checks and Cross Reporting Is there an open DCFS case ? Have there been earlier or pending tyke misuse/disregard reports ? Drives check Law requirement & DCFS offer basic data (security issues, family progression and so forth.) Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development

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Video: Hidden Dangers Watch for wellbeing tips and notices Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development

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Safety Tips Keep 7-10 foot separation from client Slow your discourse and turn down the volume Slow your developments Keep your hands obvious Keep the client talking Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development

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DCFS Safety Procedures Make prompt contact with OFFICER IN CHARGE (OIC). Contact kids AFTER you have been advised by OIC. Enter home just when fundamental, and after Site Safety Officer has considered the range safe. Never enter when defensive apparel is required. Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development

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DCFS Safety Procedures When transporting youngsters that may have been polluted, DCFS needs to take defensive measures as regarded fundamental by the Site Safety Officer. Try not to take kids\' close to home garments or toys if there is a plausibility of defilement. Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development

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Hazards and Conditions Drugs and medication stuff Exposure to poisonous chemicals Booby traps Exposed wiring Refrigerator and chemicals Sleeping zones Guns and weapons Pornographic materials Mobile labs Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development

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Field Medical Assessment Protocol If a tyke is in trouble, summon crisis therapeutic staff to the scene A restorative appraisal ought to be accomplished for every youngster found at a meth lab inside 3 hours after the laborer leaves the site with the kid Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development

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Immediate Care Protocol Child ought to be found in an ER inside 3 hours of leaving site Follow "schedule" crisis medicinal consideration PLUS the DEC convention Request pee test inside 12 hours – ought to be made to test the example at any recognizable level Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development

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DEC Protocol - Summary Coordinated reaction begins before case start Safety issues Evidence Collection Documentation of Hazardous Conditions Medical Protocols Division of Service Support, Office of Training and Professional Development

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