It’s time to hold public workers in family law accountable. Canadian Registry for Public Accountability

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If anyone has experienced a problem with a child protection worker anywhere in Canada, your experience with the worker can now be publicly registered to inform other Canadians of your experience.   The registration website is at http://www.crpa.ca.  Currently registration forms are on line for child protection workers but registration forms for lawyers, judges and other family court related professionals will be put on line as they are developed.  The identity of those who submit names is kept confidential although you must open an account and request that your account be verified by someone from Canada Court Watch.  Verification will avoid child protection workers signing up and giving themselves recommendations to skew the results.  Search tools for the site will be activated as all bugs in the programming are worked out.

Vern Beck,

Canada Court Watch

Canadian Registry for Public Accountability

 

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