Kids’s Protecting Providers


Our Kids’s Protecting Providers (CPS) program is accountable for investigating allegations of kid abuse and  neglect. The Michigan Baby Safety Legislation supplies the framework for what CPS should do.

Baby Abuse: Hurt or threatened hurt to a baby’s well being or welfare that happens via non-accidental bodily or psychological harm, sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, or maltreatment, by a father or mother, a authorized guardian, or some other particular person accountable for the kid’s well being or welfare or by a trainer, a trainer’s aide, or a member of the clergy.

Baby Neglect: Hurt or threatened hurt to a baby’s well being or welfare by a father or mother, authorized guardian, or some other particular person accountable for the kid’s well being or welfare that happens via both of the next:

  • Negligent therapy, together with the failure to offer sufficient meals, clothes, shelter, or medical care.
  • Inserting a baby at an unreasonable danger to the kid’s well being or welfare by failure of the father or mother, authorized guardian, or different particular person accountable for the kid’s well being or welfare to intervene to remove that danger when that particular person is in a position to take action and has, or ought to have, information of the chance.



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