Re: How to Get CPS Investigation Closed
Legally? No. Is it a good idea? Probably. And it might be the policy of a particular agency to do that.
Absent a court order, and the children are still legally in your care and custody, you can decline to permit them to speak to a social worker. However, that might result in a court order ... or, an ongoing and open case.
I have cooperated with everything - recorded interview with case worker, medical records request, school records request, etc. - except the interview of the kids because the CW said they had to be interviewed alone with no other witnesses and can't be recorded. I don't want the kids words twisted with no witnesses.
YOU have no power to close their case.
Even though CPS can go to the school and interview them, are they just going to keep the investigation open forever? How can I get it closed?
A Nor Cal Police Sergeant
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