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Family Court Reporter Survey

For instance, it identified who caused what sort of harm to what sort of child. The age and the sex of the victim were listed together with the age and the sex of the perpetrator, and it spanned the years from 1982 to 1988.

So authoritative was it that it was cited by the Heritage Foundation in testimony before the American Congress inquiring into child welfare and abuse.

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Well done,  Argyll council ! !

Once upon a time there was something called the ‘Family Court Reporter Survey.’  It listed all the known cases of child abuse in the kind of detail that would make alterations to policy not only easier but more effective.

[ see also ‘Child Homicides’ http://genderviolence.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/45-2/ ]

The ‘Family Court Reporter Survey, for instance,  identified who caused what sort of harm to what sort of child; it listed the age and the sex of the victim together with the age and the sex of the perpetrator, so one could detect whether mothers or father were more abusive and, because it spanned the years from 1982 to 1988 it was free from fluctuations or bizarre events.

So authoritative was it, that it was cited by the Heritage Foundation in testimony before the American Congress inquiring into child welfare and abuse (Ref. US congressional Sub-Committee on…

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