Know your rights before you talk to anyone from CPS/DCS or let them in your house.  They won’t tell you your rights.  CPS/DCS can’t do anything without your consent.  Demand a warrant and speak with an attorney first before speaking with anyone from CPS/DCS, it could cost you your children.


The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said it best, “The government’s interest in the welfare of children embraces not only protecting children from physical abuse, but also protecting children’s interest in the privacy and dignity of their homes and in the lawfully exercised authority of their parents.”

Calabretta v. Floyd, 189 F.3d 808 (9th Cir. 1999).