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Can you email CPS?

Can you email CPS?

You can call the direct line or the switchboard number. If you are sent to voicemail, then be prepared to leave a message. If you can find an email address and you feel more comfortable contacting CPS by email, then go ahead and send the email.

How do I contact child Protective Services?

Child Protective Services

  1. If you suspect that a child is being abused or neglected, or if you are a child who is being mistreated, call 1-800-422-2253 immediately.
  2. Many states have a toll-free phone number for reporting suspected child abuse or neglect.

Who do I contact if I have concerns about a child?

If you are concerned that a child may be abused or seriously neglected then you can contact your local Children’s Services Department, the NSPCC, the police, or a health professional or teacher can make a referral to social services on your behalf.

How to contact the Arizona Department of child safety?

For Foster and Kinship questions, please call the warmline at 1-877-543-7633 option 3. If you would like to help foster children and families, there are a variety of ways to get involved. To volunteer for events with DCS or explore other volunteer options, visit the volunteer page.

How can I keep my kids email safe?

While parental controls certainly help keep your child safe online when using email, using a monitoring solution like Bark can make you aware of any worrisome content or dangerous activities. Bark monitors AOL email, Gmail, iCloud email, Outlook, Xfinity email, and Yahoo!

What’s the phone number for DCS family advocate?

Phone: 1-888-767-2445. DCS offers a series of steps to address and resolve complaints or disagreements. click here to learn more. For issues or concerns with a DCS case, please contact the DCS Family Advocate line: 1-877-527-0765 or (602) 364-0777.

Can a parent deny a child an email?

The Mail Queue allows the parent to intercept an email that failed the safety rules that you set for your child (such as someone not in their contact list attempting to send them an email). The parent can then approve the email to be sent to their child or deny and remove the email from the mail queue.

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