How do I contact CPS in Arizona?
A report can be made to the DCS Statewide Toll-Free Child Abuse Hotline at 1-888-767-2445, (1-888-SOS-CHILD) or law enforcement office.
How can I contact CPS?
In some states, any person who suspects child abuse or neglect is required to report it. If you suspect that a child is being abused or neglected, or if you are a child who is being mistreated, call 1-800-422-2253 immediately. This ChildHelp National Child Abuse Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
How long can DCS keep a case open in Arizona?
How much time is allowed for DCS to file a dependency petition? DCS can keep your child in temporary custody for 3 business days. Business days do not include weekends or holidays.
How do I get my CPS records in Arizona?
Please contact the DCS Records Coordinator at 602-364-4319 or [email protected] for more information.
When should you call CPS?
The law says a child or young person is at risk of significant harm ( ROSH ) if there are current concerns for their safety, welfare or wellbeing because of one or more of the following: if their basic needs are not met — for example, they don’t have enough food or clothing, or don’t have a safe or secure place to live.
Can I contact the CPS about a case?
Digital IDPC: [email protected] (You can also request IDPC for overnight cases by telephoning 020 3357 7000 after 9.30am on the day of the hearing)
How long do DCS cases last?
about 45 days
How Long Does a CPS Case Last? Although it depends on the particulars of the case, CPS usually has about 45 days to complete an investigation. If an investigation takes longer than this time, CPS has to notify the parents with reasons for its delay.
How do I look up a DCFS case?
If you are seeking information about a current open case or need to speak to someone about an open case, please call the DCFS Advocacy Office at 800-232-3798 or 217-524-2029.
How do I get my DCS records?
Requests may be emailed, faxed or mailed as indicated on the contact us page. The more information you provide with your request, the faster the Department will be able to respond to your request.