Teens learn how to fight back when targeted by CAS for apprehension orders

A new workshop to teach teens how to fight...
Vernon Beck 12:41pm Jun 17
A new workshop to teach teens how to fight back when they have been wrongfully targeted by CAS for apprehension is in the making. Below is just one small section of the workshop which will show teens how to effectively fight back and to have their voices heard. The workshop will deal with many issues such as how apprehension warrants are unlawfully obtained by CAS workers in secret court hearings. An outline of the entire workshop will be posted at some time in the future when all components have been fully developed. As new tools get developed and distributed through social media, our children will be better able to fight for their rights and freedoms.

Making your voice heard
• How to write a letter to the judge who issued an apprehension warrant
• How to write a letter to the Executive Director of the Children’s Aid Society and the Board of Directors
• How to write an effective letter to the Chief of Police regarding an apprehension warrant obtained in court using false information from CAS workers.
• How to write a letter to your MPP and MP
• How to write a letter with the Ombudsman of Ontario regarding the CAS
• How to write a letter to the Premier of your province
• How to write a letter to the Ministry which oversees the Children’s Aid Agency
• How to write an effective affidavit to get your voice heard.
• How to write a letter to the Premier of your province
• How to write a letter to the Ministry which oversees the Children’s Aid Agency
• How to write a letter of complaint to the Law Society regarding poor representation by Ontario’s Office of the Children’s Lawyer.
• How to write a complaint letter to the Ontario College of Social Workers about a CAS worker in Ontario.
• How to write a letter to your school Board trustees if you have had CAS workers harass you at your school.
• How to get your own video about the violation of your rights and freedoms to the rest of the world using social media.
• How to spread the word to other teens about your experience with the Children’s Aid Society
• How to get involved to make Children’s Aid Society accountable.
• How to get CAS workers out of your schools and to stop harassing other children.

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