Child and Family Services Review: How Judges, Court Administrators and Attorneys Should Be Involved

This paper provides an introduction to CFSRs, an explanation of why CFSRs are important to maintaining the momentum of court improvement efforts, and specific suggestions for how courts can become involved in CFSRs.

Publication year: 2016
Author:
Capacity Building Center for Courts

Description

Guidance for courts, attorneys, and court administrators on the Child and Family Services Reviews (CFSR). Explanation of why CFSRs are important to maintaining momentum of court improvement efforts, how legal systems can help or hurt CFSR outcomes, and specific suggestions for how courts can be involved in CFSRs.

Suggested Citation

Capacity Building Center for Courts (2016). Child and Family Services Review: How Judges, Court Administrators and Attorneys Should Be Involved. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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