Thursday, March 13, 2014

How does OCR investigate a civil rights complaint?

Answer:

100+ PAGES OF EVIDENCE HAS BEEN SENT OF ALL SERVICES CUT AND DENIED WITH OUT NOTICE
ALSO ALL REQUESTS REQUESTS THAT CASE WORKER FAILED TO RESPOND TO HOUSING JOB TRAINING PARENT CHILD THERAPY PARENT CLASSES. ALL REQUESTS SUE RYNDA FAILED TO RESPONDED TO AND COUNTY COMMISSIONER DARRELL PETTIS WITH THE ALL DATES INCLUDED AND RECORDINGS OF DARRELL PETTIS GETTING PISSED OFF WHEN A REQUEST FOR AN INVESTIGATION WAS MADE DUE TO SCHROERS BRUTALITY ALMOST KILLING EUGENIE HARRIS NOTES FRO TWO PSYCHOLOGISTS SUPPORTING AND IDENTIFYING THE BREAKDOWN PAPERWORK SHOWING THE COUNTY CRIMINALLY CHARGED HER FOR BEING TO LOUD DURING THE BREAK DOWN A SHRINK SHOWING THAT IT WAS A BREAK DOWN EVIDENCE OF SCHROER BRUTALIZING AN EARLIER VICTIM IN 2001 WITH THE Same DISABILITY. ALSO  INCLUDED IS  WHAT WAS ACCOMPLISHED WHEN SOMEONE ONE WHO DOES NOT SEE DISABILITY AS A PLAGUE ON SOCIETY WHO STEPS IN AND DOES THE CASE WORKERS JOB. 

EVERYTHING ON THE LIST WAS DONE IN FIVE WEEKS WITH A PERSON WHO KNOWS WHAT SALLY SCHROERS JOB IS AND ACTUALLY DOES IT. SALLY SCHROER DID NOT SEE HER CLIENT AS A HUMAN BEING.  

IT IS ESSENTIAL TO NOT HAVE SOCIOPATHS WORKING IN THE HUMAN SERVICE FIELD. THEY HAVE NEARLY KILLED A TEENAGER WITH VICTOR ATHERTON AS THE LEAD INVESTIGATOR. ATHERTONS GUIDANCE ALSO ALMOST CAUSED THE DEATHS OF TWO TRAUMA SURVIVORS. 

SGO DID AND STILL IS RAISING HER CHILDREN THANK GOD 

100% POVERTY RELATED ISSUE ADDED MN MALTREATMENT SCREENING GUIDELINES THAT SAY POVERTY RELATED ISSUE MUST NEVER BE LABELED MALTREATMENT NO IMMINENT DANGER AND DENIED SERVICES PRIOR TO REMOVAL WHICH THEY ARE CURRENTLY COLLECTING FEDERAL FUNDS FOR. FAMILY NOT ONCE CONSIDERED AND ALTERED PAPERWORK BY KRENIK SENT. WHICH COULD SHUT DOWN FEDERAL FUNDING TO THE ENTIRE STATE OF MN FOR FOSTER CARE

At the conclusion of an investigation, the HHS Office for Civil Rights issues a closure letter, which presents OCR's decision on whether there has been a violation of a federal statute or regulation. If there is a violation finding, the recipient is then allowed a specific time period, usually 60 days, to correct the violation or provide OCR with a plan of correction. Corrective action may involve a change in policy or procedure, provision of a service, reinstatement to a job, back pay, restoration of lost benefits, or a notice to clients and employees that a recipient has taken steps to comply with a federal statute or regulation. 
If a recipient is unwilling to take corrective action to come into compliance, OCR will recommend that enforcement proceedings be initiated. A final decision upholding a finding of a violation may result in the termination of Federal financial assistance to the recipient.