Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Are you dealing with a Dirty Guardian Adlitem ROSE VALDEZ

ROSE ANN VALDEZ ATTEMPTED TO CONVINCE EUGENIE HARRIS IN FRONT OF A WITNESS TO DONATE HER BABIES TO CHILD PREDATORS TONY AND MELISSA DOBMEIER, FAMILY MEMBERS OF THE LE SUEUR COUNTY ATTORNEY BRENT CHRISTIAN.

ROSE ANN VALDEZ LIED REPEATEDLY IN A COURT OF LAW KNOWING THE CHILDREN WERE PLACED IN FOSTER CARE WITH NO  EXISTING SUPPORTING STATE OR FEDERAL LAWS THAT WOULD ALLOW IT.  THEY WERE REMOVED AS A RESULT OF CRIMINAL CONDUCT. THE BRAIN DAMAGE THEY WILL HAVE IS THE RESULT OF CARI KRENIK A VIOLENT WOMAN TOWARDS CHILDREN 

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Rose A Valdez

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  • Salary: $11,453
  • Job Description: Jud Guardian ad Litem
  • Employment Agency Name: State Guardian ad Litem Board
  • City: Hastings
DETAILS

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OVERVIEW

Rose A Valdez is a Minnesota 1st District GAL Employee with a salary of $11,453, which is $29,688 lower than the average for all Minnesota State Employees as of 2012. Rose A Valdez is employed as a Jud Guardian ad Litem in the State Guardian ad Litem Board agency. Rose A was hired on 7/1/01.
First  Judicial District:
 Judy Peterson  
 Guardian ad Litem Program 
 1560 Hwy 55   
 Hastings, MN 55033 
 Phone:  651-438-8323  Fax:  651-797-1949 
 E-mail   


http://mn.gov/guardian-ad-litem/Program_Info/complain_procedure.jsp

Complaint Procedure

Complaint Procedure
The State Guardian ad Litem Board is committed to providing high quality guardian ad litem services and is willing to talk to any individual who wishes to raise concerns about the performance of an individual guardian ad litem and/or the guardian ad litem program. The GAL Program Manager is the contact for each district and the GAL Program Administrator for the state.  The website will include a link to contact information including counties for managers and the program administrator. (Contact the GAL Manager in your area)
A party who wishes to file a complaint about the performance of a guardian ad litem on their case must contact, in writing, the program manager in their district at any time during the case but no later than calendar 30 days after the order discharging the guardian ad litem.   After receipt of the written complaint, the party will receive communication from the district program within two weeks acknowledging receipt of the complaint.
If the complaint is about the work of a district GAL program manager acting as a guardian ad litem on a specific case, the complaint shall be directed to the program administrator.  The program administrator, or designee, shall have the responsibility for investigating the complaint against a GAL program manager who was acting as guardian ad litem on the case in question. 
The formal written complaint must specify: 
A.        Improper performance or conduct of the guardian ad litem; or,
B.        The statutory responsibility or responsibilities the guardian ad litem either failed to perform or performed improperly.  Minnesota Statutes 260C.163 and 518.165 state the following statutory responsibilities of a guardian ad litem.
1. conduct an independent investigation to determine the facts relevant to the situation of the child and the family, which must include, unless specifically excluded by the court, reviewing relevant documents; meeting with and observing the child in the home setting and considering the child’s wishes, as appropriate; and interviewing parents, caregivers, and others with knowledge relevant to the case;
2. advocate for the child’s best interests by participating in appropriate aspects of the case and advocating for appropriate community services when necessary;