Facelift – How Child Protection Services Buys and Sells Our Children

how-do-i-know-when-my-website-needs-a-faceliftIf you have not noticed, we are going through a facelift. Part of our new presence is a Facebook page that will be echoing links to our new posts there.

How Child Protection Services Buys and Sells Our Children.

In addition, we are adjusting our “Categories” and plan to place the new structure in our menus. We have added a new “Eyes on [State] category to track posts by state. As time permits we will be going through and tagging our old posts so that they also will appear under the new structure. We are not changing any titles or anything that will break your old links.

Thank you for your support and patience. Please any feedback is appreciated.

About Jim Black

Jim Black is the founder of Angel Eyes over Texas (AEovrT). Jim is a former Manufacturing Engineer turned CPS Watchdog. Jim spent more than 32 years studying manufacturing companies, their procedures and the proper application of their resources with heavy emphasis on Quality Control, Automated Systems and Resource Management. Now those same skills are applied toward analyzing Texas DFPS and it's functions; breaking down the mechanics of how the agency fails to follow the policies, statutes and rules set forth by the State of Texas. Jim tracks all changes to the Texas CPS Handbook on www.aeovrt.org. Jim often consults with CPS defense attorneys on handbook research.
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3 Responses to Facelift – How Child Protection Services Buys and Sells Our Children

  1. I noticed you are still using the “Twenty Ten” theme.
    Might I suggest, if you would like to make this blog more mobile-friendly, checking out the “Twenty Fourteen” theme. I have had good luck in working with it, to include designing my own themes based on it.
    Other than that,
    Looks good!


    • Jim Black says:

      I will look at it. Actually we were using another old theme and this was a great improvement. But I will certainly look at it.

      Liked by 1 person

      • I am also looking to see who in Idaho is “watch-dogging” our CPS. A few of us MAY be looking to include some family-related issues in some of our independent research. A few friends of mine are looking to set up a pro se advocacy group and help some folks learn how to “go pro se” instead of relying on an attorney with questionable ethics.

        So, will keep you folks here updated on the progress of that project.

        Liked by 1 person

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