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Top 50 Child Protective Investigator Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Child Protective Investigator. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Child Protective Investigator resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.4% of Child Protective Investigator resumes contained Child Abuse as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Child Protective Investigator actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Child Protective Investigator

1. Child Abuse
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Here's how Child Abuse is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Investigated allegations of child abuse and neglect; conducted interviews with children and caregivers and identified patterns to uncover evidence.
  • Participated in training opportunities that will enhance knowledge of Tribal case management and child abuse investigations and neglect.
  • Provided in-home, court ordered, voluntary and reunification services to families with substantiated child abuse allegations.
  • Complete all documentation and data entry of findings associated with the investigation of child abuse/abandonment/neglect.
  • Investigated reports of child abuse in collaboration with local police officials.
  • Conducted child abuse investigations to ensure child safety.
  • Experience in child abuse investigation procedures.
  • Investigated reports of child abuse and/or neglect
  • Work joint investigations with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies for possible criminal prosecution of alleged child abusers.
  • Performed investigations to bring to notice any incidence of child abuse and took relevant legal actions when necessary.
  • Keep detailed files and notes of the events that lead to the child abuse or neglect.
  • Investigate allegations of child abuse or neglect and take the necessary steps to protect children.
  • Investigate referrals of suspected child abuse and or neglect reported to the State Central Registry.
  • Investigated reports of child abuse and neglect across Ellis County, Texas.
  • Investigated situations involving child abuse & neglect.
  • Investigated allegations of child abuse and neglect.
  • Experience Investigation and management of multiple reports regarding child abuse.
  • Investigated child abuse reports as received from the child abuse hotline.
  • Investigate allegations of child abuse in Alachua County.
  • Investigate child abuse cases Interview family members, other professionals, and children Work with law enforcement Refer families to appropriate services

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2. Child Safety Assessments
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Here's how Child Safety Assessments is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Conduct child safety assessments on each individual case and implement diversion services to prevent unnecessary removals.
  • Maintained updated child safety assessments in state database within statutory guidelines.
  • Completed child safety assessments, completed tasks associated with supervisory reviews.
  • Determined immediate risk to children and conducted child safety assessments.
  • Review Child Safety Assessments completed by Investigators.
  • Conduct child safety assessments, provide service needs and establish service plan goals with families and children.
  • Review child safety assessments as submitted by CPI, and provide direction and guidance in the investigation.
  • Conduct child safety assessments, performing ongoing and conclusive assessments throughout the duration of the investigation.
  • Create a written case record in order to document actions taken during child safety assessments.
  • Investigated allegations of child abuse, neglect and maltreatment; conducted child safety assessments.
  • Conducted child safety assessments and document findings in the Florida Safe Families Network.
  • Conducted child safety assessments and maintained case files related to families served.
  • Initiate child safety assessments, home studies, and maintain case files.
  • Completed Child Safety Assessments and determined the risk of maltreatment for children.
  • Assess home environments and conduct child safety assessments.
  • Conducted Child Safety Assessments (CSA).
  • Performed the child safety assessments.
  • Determine findings Conduct child safety assessments.
  • Respond to Hotline reports, conduct child safety assessments, and determine immediate risk to child.
  • Conducted child safety assessments in a timely manner.

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3. Law Enforcement
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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Consult with Law Enforcement and Department attorneys for additional insight and direction when necessary.
  • Obtained witness statements, interviewed all parties, and worked with law enforcement as required to finish a thorough investigation.
  • Dispatch calls by 2-way radio to law enforcement and medical providers located in my assigned area of the city.
  • Work closely with schools, law enforcement and other service providers to ensure accuracy and thoroughness in investigation process.
  • Served as liaison to social service agencies, schools, local law enforcement and attorneys regarding investigation activities.
  • Worked with local city, Parrish, and state law enforcement agencies on internal and external theft investigations.
  • Worked with Law Enforcement, attorneys, service providers, and other agencies to ensure child safety.
  • Worked in an adjunct capacity with law enforcement, State Attorney's Office, and Inspector General.
  • Completed child protection investigations, worked with judicial system, law enforcement, community partners, etc.
  • Work in collaboration with local law enforcement agencies to gather information for civil and criminal cases.
  • Coordinated and worked closely with law enforcement, social service agencies and mental health providers.
  • Collaborated with local law enforcement, judicial staff and other agencies regarding shared cases.
  • Worked closely with law enforcement agencies, schools, and community agencies.
  • Coordinate activities with law enforcement, legal authorities, and court systems.
  • Referred appropriate reports to law enforcement for possible criminal charges.
  • Work hand in hand with AAG, GAL, CJC, Law enforcement, and Defense attorneys.
  • Connect and build rapport with multiple types of families, government agencies, healthcare providers, law enforcement, etc.
  • Communicate with courts, law enforcement and community partners to gather all information in regards to allegations.
  • Interview, process, and release or transfer to local law enforcement.
  • Issue citations/tickets and file reports with law enforcement.

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4. Court Hearings
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Here's how Court Hearings is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Prepared court documents and participated in court hearings to determine dependency.
  • Write assessments, court reports, safety plans, etc Attend court hearings, work collaboratively with community agencies.
  • Attended court hearings when children were in out-of-home placements to present findings to the Family Court Judge.
  • Filed court petitions, prepared for, and testified in court hearings.
  • Attended, presented, and completed necessary documentation for court hearings.
  • Prepared for and attended court hearings relevant to the investigation.
  • Composed affidavits for court hearings and testified in court proceedings.
  • Testified at court hearings for child abuse and neglected cases.
  • Testified in all case related court hearings.
  • Testify at court hearings when necessary.
  • Attended and testified in court hearings.
  • Generate court reports for court hearings.
  • Develop affidavits for court hearings.
  • Provided testimony at court hearings.
  • Conduct interviews and complete risk safety assessments Attend court hearings to provide information for referrals and make recommendations
  • Maintained a rotating caseload of 10-12 families/offenders Offered expert testimony for legal consultations and court hearings.
  • Represented agency at 72 hour and 10 day court hearings.
  • Attended and testified at Juvenile Dependency Court hearings and mediations.
  • Attended court hearings and staffings.
  • Participated in court hearings, mediations, case planning conferences, and multidisciplinary staffings.

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5. Crisis Intervention
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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Refer and follow up on family for immediate crisis intervention therapy or other community resources.
  • Ensured all documentation was current and provided crisis intervention including protective custody when appropriate.
  • Developed and recommended plans for crisis intervention to ensure protection of children.
  • Enhance education and crisis intervention to families and individuals.
  • Provided crisis intervention and identified risk factors for abuse/neglect.
  • Provide conflict resolution and crisis intervention as needed.
  • Demonstrated Social Work principles while providing crisis intervention.
  • Provided domestic violence and crisis intervention.
  • Provided crisis intervention to families.
  • Provide time limited, goals directed direct service to families such as crisis intervention, individual and family counseling.
  • Performed crisis intervention to victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse to provide a safer environment.
  • Provided crisis intervention counseling to parents with the goal of re-unification of the family unit.
  • Provided crisis intervention, guidance, and support counseling and services to families.
  • Apply crisis intervention and counseling techniques to ensure protection of children.
  • Provided crisis intervention, case planning, and monitoring of services
  • Provide Crisis intervention services to families at risk.
  • Enacted Safety Plans and Crisis Intervention Plans.
  • Provided 24 hour crisis intervention assistance.
  • Supplied crisis intervention and substance abuse services to patients in the community including crises intervention to emotionally disturbed individuals.
  • Assess individual and family function interactions Assist with crisis intervention and stabilization of clients Provide community and court mandated services

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6. Modifies Safety Plans
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7. Hotline
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Here's how Hotline is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Position duties include addressing and investigating allegations of abuse, abandonment and neglect as reported to the Florida Abuse Hotline.
  • Initiate investigation to allegations of child abuse or neglect within 24 hours of receiving the case from the hotline.
  • Investigate all reports of child abuse and neglect that were reported to the Florida Abuse Hotline.
  • Received referrals concerning allegations of child abuse and neglect from the Tennessee Child Abuse Hotline.
  • Initiate investigations to address alleged child abuse reported to the Florida Child Abuse Hotline.
  • Assessed safety on child abuse and neglect hotline cases within 24 to 72 hours.
  • Report the indication of abuse, neglect and abandonment to the Texas Abuse Hotline.
  • Respond to reports of child abuse & neglect from the Florida Abuse Hotline.
  • Respond to the Abuse Hotline reports and determine immediate risk to the child.
  • Respond to Hotline reports and determine immediate risk to child or adult.
  • Reported indication of abuse, neglect and/or abandonment to Florida Abuse Hotline.
  • Investigated reports of child abuse initiated by the Florida Abuse Hotline.
  • Investigate child abuse reports received through the Florida Abuse Hotline.
  • Responded to reports registered by the Florida Child Abuse Hotline.
  • Investigated complaints of abuse and neglect reported to the hotline.
  • Investigated child abuse allegations called through the Florida Abuse Hotline.
  • Investigated child abuse based on abuse hotline intakes.
  • Investigated child abuse reports called into the hotline.
  • Investigated and responded to reports of alleged child abuse, neglect, and abandonment received by the Florida Abuse Hotline.
  • Responded to hotline reports and determined immediate risk to child(ren).

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8. Special Conditions
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Here's how Special Conditions is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Responded to allegations of abuse neglect, abandonment and special conditions; determine findings and compile investigation decision reports.
  • Conducted investigations regarding allegations of abuse, neglect, abandonment and/or special conditions for children.
  • Respond to allegations of abuse (to include verbal, psychological and sexual), neglect, abandonment and/or special conditions.
  • Conduct and manage over 90 investigations a month regarding allegations of abuse, neglect, abandonment and/or special conditions for children.
  • Respond to allegations of abuse, neglect, abandonment and/or special conditions, determine findings and enter information into FSFN.
  • Investigated reports of child abuse, neglect, threatened harm, and special conditions during business and on-call hours.
  • Responded to allegations of abuse, neglect, abandonment and special conditions, and determined immediate risk to children.
  • Respond and investigate allegations of abuse, neglect, abandonment and/or special conditions cases in Circuit 5.
  • Responded to allegations of abuse, neglect, abandonment, and/or special conditions of youth population.
  • Responded to allegations made of the abuse, neglect, abandonment and/or special conditions of children.
  • Respond to reports of abuse, abandonment, neglect of children or special conditions.
  • Responded to allegations of abuse, neglect, abandonment and or special conditions.
  • Investigate allegations of abuse, neglect, abandonment and/or special conditions.
  • Receive, review requests for investigations and special conditions reports.
  • Served as a first responder to families with allegations of abuse, neglect, and/or abandonment and/or special conditions referrals.
  • Respond to Hotline reports of abuse, exploitation, neglect, and/or special conditions.

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9. Emergency Placement
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Here's how Emergency Placement is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Manage and modify safety plans and arrange emergency placement as required.
  • Conduct child safety assessments and arrange emergency placement for at-risk children.
  • Provide or arrange emergency placement and/or medical treatment.
  • Arranged for emergency placement either voluntary or involuntary.
  • Arrange for emergency placement for children at risk and obtain temporary and or long term placement for removed abuse children.
  • Prepare testimonies and attend court hearings to determine next course of action for children who were placed in emergency placement.
  • Arrange emergency placement for any child that cannot safely remain in the home.
  • Arrange for emergency placement of children who cannot remain in the home safely.
  • Located appropriate emergency placement for children if they were removed from the home.
  • Determined immediate risk to a child and arranged emergency placement, if necessary.
  • Removed and arranged for emergency placement of children who are in imminent danger.
  • Conduct child safety assessments Arrange for emergency placement for children at risk.
  • Arranged for emergency placement and emergency medical treatment for the victims.
  • Completed emergency placement for children at risk of harm.
  • Aided and arranged emergency placement for children at risk.
  • Arrange for emergency placement for unsafe children.
  • Respond to emergency placement transfers as needed.
  • Arrange for emergency placement of children at risk
  • Arrange for emergency placement of children at risk Served as acting supervisor when needed.
  • Conducted Investigations Engaged families Prepared legal documents/testimony for court purposes Ensured child safety Arranged emergency placement Developed/ Managed Safety Plans with families

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10. Community Resources
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Here's how Community Resources is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Demonstrated organization skills through timely management of my casework and investigations while assisting families with community resources.
  • Provided case management services and utilized community resources to ensure the safety of children and family preservation.
  • Provided safety assessments, coordinated community resources, assisted with weekly treatments plans and follow-up.
  • Referred clients/family to community resources to assist in rehabilitating individuals /family`s restorations efforts.
  • Investigated allegations of child abuse and neglect and referred families to appropriate community resources.
  • Suggest community resources to help improve family dynamics.
  • Develop individual treatment plans; assess and reassess clients' support systems and available community resources, schools, and facilities.
  • Recommended community resources for childcare, food, shelter, clothing, domestic violence, utilities and substance abuse treatment.
  • Inform clients and their families of safety concerns during team meetings and provide information and referrals for community resources.
  • Worked closely with the local schools, hospitals, shelters, and other community resources to keep families together.
  • Secure community resources needed to maintain the child in the family with community and extended family support when appropriate.
  • Utilized a knowledge of community resources and services to complete referral or community based interventions for clients.
  • Acted as liaison between clients and community resources/agencies to arrange for services.
  • Visited community resources and businesses to obtain jobs for families.
  • Advised clients on community resources, and made referrals.
  • Offer community resources and services to children and families.
  • Assist clients and families to access community resources.
  • Referred clients to community resources for assistance.
  • Communicate with community resources for the family as well as obtain collaterals.
  • Testify in pre-trial and dispositional court hearings Administer referrals for community resources.

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11. Danger Threats
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Here's how Danger Threats is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Connect families with community based agencies based on needs assessment to ameliorate danger threats and prevent future department involvement.
  • Rectified present and impending danger threats by implementing services in the house and putting the child in a safe environment.
  • Develop present and/or impending danger plans based on analysis of danger threats in operation.
  • Accessed danger threats to child and determined safety plans to ensure safety of child.
  • Assess for danger threats that affects children's safety.
  • Mentor new hires Engages with families to gather information to inform danger threats.

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12. Protective Capacities
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Here's how Protective Capacities is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Create and implement Safety Plans to remove danger threats to ensure child safety and control for caregiver inability regarding protective capacities.
  • Confer with other professionals to evaluate child safety based on child vulnerability and the caregivers' protective capacities.
  • Identified relevant danger threats and caregiver protective capacities.
  • Assessed danger threats, child vulnerabilities, and caregiver protective capacities then determine whether present and/or impending danger plans were necessary.
  • Assess danger threats, child vulnerabilities, and caregiver protective capacities to determine if a child is safe or unsafe.
  • Developed a signed safety plan for any identified danger threat, which includes outlining the protective capacities and safety interventions.
  • Assess danger threats, child vulnerabilities and caregiver protective capacities in order to determine whether a child is safe.
  • Make instantaneous decisions for the removal of a child due to decreased caregiver protective capacities.
  • Assessed danger threats, child vulnerabilities and caregiver protective capacities, to determine child safety.

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13. Mental Health Services
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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Monitor progress of clients in regards to Substance Misuse, Domestic Violence and Mental Health services.
  • Participated in staffings in regards to placement, concurrent planning, mental health services and obtaining other community resources.

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14. Family Dynamics
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Here's how Family Dynamics is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Engaged families to understand their perspectives about family dynamics, challenges/solutions, identifying needs and determining the required level of intervention.
  • Investigated, examined and evaluated family dynamics to assure the safety and well-being of assigned children.
  • Detailed information is gathered from various resources/sources regarding the child and family dynamics.
  • Investigated allegations, assessed abuse and neglect and evaluated family dynamics.
  • Assessed and evaluated individuals, family dynamics and social situations.
  • Assess family dynamics and functioning to determine to analyze and provide feedback on history as it relates to risk and safety.
  • Analyzed family dynamics, human behavior, criminal records, and evidence compiled to develop an objective and accurate conclusion.
  • Completed permanency reports for the judicial system, including testifying to case notes and observations of the family dynamics.
  • Develop an appropriate service plan and/or treatment plan with family by assessing family dynamics and strengths.
  • Engage families to understand the family's perspectives about family dynamics, challenges and solutions.
  • Compile gathered information and write assessments identifying family dynamics, strengths, and challenges.
  • Assessed family dynamics and functioning to determine degree and type of agency intervention needed.
  • Assess family dynamics and risk factors based on evidence obtained.
  • Assisted with maintaining and strengthen family dynamics.
  • Be able to analyze family dynamics.
  • Explored family dynamics and the negative impacts of physical, and emotional abuse in regards to child development.
  • Assess family dynamics and assess whether or not a child is safe.

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15. Danger Assessments
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Here's how Danger Assessments is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Conducted initial/ongoing child present and impending danger assessments and developed safety plan for any identified threats and interventions.
  • Conduct initial/ongoing child present and impending danger assessments to proactively develop interventions with family and safety plans.
  • Conduct initial/ongoing child Present and Impending Danger assessments.
  • Provided written present and impending danger assessments.
  • Developed detailed written reports to include present and impending danger assessments, and risk assessments.
  • Complete present and impending danger plans, present danger assessments and removals from unsafe environments.
  • Checked children for signs of abuse or neglect and provided written present and impeding danger assessments.
  • Provide written present and impendind danger assessments -Complete Risk Asssessment on families investigated and explain risk score to family.

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Here's how Past Service History is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Analyze criminal, past service history and other records, to understand patterns with the family and address safety issues.
  • Researched and analyzed criminal and past service history and other records.
  • Analyze criminal history, past service history and other prior investigations.

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17. Voluntary Services
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Here's how Voluntary Services is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Determined whether voluntary services or court ordered dependency services were appropriate to maintain safety of children.
  • Determined the level of intervention needed, engaged families in services either through voluntary services or court ordered dependency.
  • Identified families needs and determines the level of intervention needed to include voluntary services or court ordered dependency services.
  • Determine which reports have risen to the level of substantiation, requiring the need for involuntary services.

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19. Appropriate Referrals
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Here's how Appropriate Referrals is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Provide those immediate services required during the investigation process and make appropriate referrals to family services or community resources.
  • Conducted medical and developmental assessments then made appropriate referrals.
  • Provide initial services by making appropriate referrals.
  • Possess the ability to assess the priorities/urgency of each referral/complaint and to make appropriate referrals.
  • Identified the needs of children and their parents and made appropriate referrals to community resources.
  • Performed phone intake in the area of child protection and made appropriate referrals as necessary.
  • Work with outside agencies making appropriate referrals for services for children and families.
  • Assess the urgency of each referral and make appropriate referrals.
  • Assess families in need of services and complete appropriate referrals.
  • Assess the priorities/urgency of each report to make appropriate referrals.
  • Assessed the priorities/urgency of each complaint and made appropriate referrals.
  • Make appropriate referrals to other agencies when necessary.
  • Provide appropriate referrals to resources for assistance.
  • Make appropriate referrals to other service providers, i.e.., psychological, domestic violence, substance abuse services.

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20. Dependency Services
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21. Future Risk
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Here's how Future Risk is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Assessed current and future risk to children through interviews with the family, child, and other community agencies when applicable.
  • Assess current and future risk to children by interviewing parents, family members and others; interviewing and examining children.
  • Assess current or future risks to children by addressing home environment and gathering pertinent information from other sources.
  • Assess current or future risk by interviewing involved parties, inspecting environment and gathering information from other sources.
  • Investigate reports of abuse/ neglect to children while assessing current & future risk of further abuse / neglect.
  • Developed Safety Plans in conjunction with children and their families to minimize future risk and maltreatment.
  • Completed and conducted Safety Assessments to determine the current or future risk of harm to children.
  • Investigate reports of abuse/neglect to children to assess current or future risk to children.
  • Screen and asses situations and circumstances for present and future risk of harm.
  • Designed and recommended plans to protect children and mitigate future risk.
  • Assess the current or future risk of harm to children.
  • Accessed current and future risk.
  • Assessed future risk involved in order to ensure the child's safety after this agencies' intervention.

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22. Medical Professionals
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Here's how Medical Professionals is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Interfaced with legal and medical professionals to effectuate immediate and protective permanency plans on behalf of victim children.
  • Developed and maintained professional relationships with legal officials, law enforcement officers, school officials and medical professionals.
  • Networked with local law enforcement agencies, schools, medical professionals, and community social service providers.
  • Worked closely with law enforcement, attorneys, case managers, medical professionals and the Courts.
  • Consult with medical professionals, school administrators, and law enforcement.
  • Coordinated with law enforcement and medical professionals on high risk cases.
  • Interviewed family members, law enforcement, medical professionals, educators, fire marshalls, and other collateral contacts.
  • Interview victims, alleged perpetrators, witnesses, medical professionals, law enforcement personnel.

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23. Medical Personnel
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Here's how Medical Personnel is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Worked closely with medical personnel, law enforcement and other community agencies to complete the investigation.
  • Interview clients, children, medical personnel and school personnel to formulate a disposition and obtain necessary information.
  • Worked closely with law enforcement, dependency court, medical personnel and various community agencies and service providers.
  • Prepare cases and reports as required by the court, medical personnel, or other community agencies.
  • Collaborate with law enforcement officials, medical personnel, diversion staff, teachers & counselors, etc.
  • Interviewed alleged perpetrators and victims, police, school and medical personnel.
  • Collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams and community resources including law enforcement, attorneys, service providers, and medical personnel.
  • Coordinated with medical personnel for evidentiary purposes and case management.

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24. Substance Abuse
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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Make recommendation, referrals, and monitor community resources for food, shelter, clothing, utilities and substance abuse treatment.
  • Trained in substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, and the effect of employment and housing issues on mental health.
  • Determine family services such as anger management, substance abuse and mental health, to help stabilize family units.
  • Provided protective services to suspected victims of neglect, verbal, physical, sexual, and substance abuse.
  • Worked with severely mentally ill adults, the homeless, adults with substance abuse and the elderly.
  • Worked closely with local and state substance abuse rehabilitation centers to provide services to parents with addictions.
  • Set up services for the family such as counseling, parenting classes, and substance abuse treatments.
  • Administer field drug screenings and coordinate enrollment and attendance of various substance abuse programs if needed.
  • Worked with teenagers in crisis, homeless, substance abuse and behavioral problems and their families.
  • Counseled individuals and families regarding mental health, substance abuse, physical abuse and rehabilitation issues.
  • Investigated allegations of abuse, neglect, maltreatment, substance abuse, and/or abandonment of children.
  • Specialized in addressing issues involving parenting, substance abuse, mental health and domestic violence.
  • Conduct drug testing for those that lost their children because of substance abuse.
  • Plan and conduct programs to prevent substance abuse or improve counseling services.
  • Identified cases of domestic abuse, substance abuse or other family problems.
  • Complete Substance Abuse testing and complete referrals for treatment.
  • Completed assessments for mental health and substance abuse.
  • Refer clients to needed treatments, including substance abuse, parenting, ect.
  • Completed sexual abuse training bi-annually Completed agency training in psychopharmacology, ADHD, physical indicators of child abuse and substance abuse.
  • Assessed child safety by investigating allegations Processed documentation Provided resources for parenting classes, family counseling and substance abuse classes

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Here's how Thorough Documentation is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Maintain thorough documentation in the client records/appropriate information systems and maintains organized client files.
  • Maintain thorough documentation with records/appropriate information systems and maintained confidentially with the records.
  • Maintain thorough documentation in client record/ appropriate information system.
  • Maintain thorough documentation of all contacts and keeps organized files, which could be later used for court purposes.
  • Maintained consistent and thorough documentation to inform court reports, safety assessments, and recommendations on cases.
  • Maintain thorough documentation in client records, FSFN, and client files.
  • Prepare appropriate reports & maintain thorough documentation in the client's records.
  • Maintained thorough documentation in client's file throughout the investigation.
  • Maintained thorough documentation with regards to client s records.
  • Maintained thorough documentation in the client records.

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Here's how Criminal Investigations is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Assisted law enforcement with criminal investigations by providing evidence and supporting documentation that addressed violations of the Florida Criminal Code.
  • Trained and Mentor new investigators* Criminal Sexual Assault / Criminal Sexual Abuse* Conduct criminal investigations of Homicide to children
  • Worked directly with Law enforcement and detectives when conducting in-home criminal investigations; attorney's on dependency cases.
  • Testified in court, assisted with criminal investigations, submitted completed investigations.
  • Assisted police with obtaining records and evidence needed to complete criminal investigations.
  • Coordinated with local law enforcement for criminal investigations concerning crimes against children.
  • Provide case -management and supervision through social services and criminal investigations.
  • Performed Emergency Duty Service county- wide including joint criminal investigations.
  • Work with law enforcement agencies regarding criminal investigations.
  • Worked alongside law enforcement for criminal investigations.

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Here's how Appropriate Action is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Determine appropriate actions necessary to resolve family emotional and/or physical stress situations which cause child abuse or neglect.
  • Determine appropriate actions necessary to resolve or reduce family emotional or physical stress situations which may cause abuse/neglect.
  • Make determinations of appropriate actions necessary to resolve family emotional and/or physical stress situations.
  • Determined the priority/urgency of each referral/complaint and took appropriate action regarding child safety.
  • Assessed safety and risk factors for each case on case load and take appropriate action to assure the safety of children.
  • Complete field visits to investigate allegations of abuse or neglect of children and take appropriate action to ensure their safety.
  • Assessed whether a child should be removed from a caregiver and place in a safer environment; initiated appropriate action.
  • Investigated reports relative to alleged child abuse and/or neglect, taking appropriate action to insure child safety.
  • Investigate child abuse referrals, assess the risk and safety of the child and take appropriate action.
  • Consult with staff regarding child welfare and determine appropriate actions to ensure child safety.
  • Rendered appropriate action to ensure the safety of children.
  • Worked with local Law Enforcement to determine if/what maltreatments were present and appropriate actions needed to ensure ongoing child safety.
  • Interview clients, family members, physicians and other collaterals to determine the appropriate action needed to address the allegations.
  • Make referral, recommendations, and appropriate actions affecting the client's wellbeing and social functioning.

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28. Risk Score
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Here's how Risk Score is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Complete Risk Assessment on families investigated and explains risk score to family.
  • Conduct staffings required for families with risk scores that are High and Very High Risk.

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29. Substitute Care
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Here's how Substitute Care is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Orchestrated child/children in substitute care; referred families for immediate crisis intervention therapy and/or other community resources.
  • Prepare court affidavits and testifying in court to seek emergency protective services, placing children in substitute care.
  • Place children in substitute care and refer families for immediate crisis intervention therapy or other community resources.
  • Assessed, determined, and coordinated the needs of the placement of children in substitute care facilities.
  • Provide on-going services to children in substitute care to achieve specific needs.

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30. Identifies Needs
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31. Appropriate Information
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Here's how Appropriate Information is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Document all referrals/complaints with specificity as to type; to record all relevant appropriate information obtained.
  • Interview individuals associated with complaints and document/record all relevant and appropriate information.
  • Provided appropriate information and referrals when protective services were not indicated.
  • Documented all relevant and appropriate information and completed all required forms.
  • Documented all relevant and appropriate information gathered during the investigation.
  • Document all relevant and appropriate information obtained.
  • Provided appropriate information to clients, colleagues, service providers and others in order to maximize good decision making processes.
  • Assess and investigate risk of abuse, neglect and exploitation of the elderly and disabled adults by gathering appropriate information.
  • Documented all relevant and appropriate information gathered during the investigation and completes all required forms accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Trained staff daily and weekly in a classroom setting on interviewing and gatheringappropriate information to determine ongoing child safety.
  • Document all relevant and appropriate information obtained; and completing all required forms to ensure completeness of all documents and records.

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32. Needs Assessment
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Here's how Needs Assessment is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Conducted needs assessments on each family investigated.
  • Use Risk Assessment and Strength & Needs Assessment when closing cases to help identify what course of action should be taken.
  • Conducted safety and needs assessments with all family member following a reported incident of child neglect or abuse.
  • Connect families to agency and community resources based on needs assessment and offer recommendations to Case Managers.
  • Evaluated family members, identified resource requirements, and prepared needs assessments for diverse clientele.
  • Conducted needs assessments on clients and assesses appropriateness of services provided.

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33. Domestic Violence
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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Provided counseling to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, community mental health, and anger management as required.
  • Responded to complaints of domestic violence, sexual assaults, advised complainant of his or her rights and responsibilities.
  • Investigated felony and misdemeanor crimes relating to domestic violence, elder fraud, child abuse and juvenile offenses.
  • Assisted in weekly treatment plan on all high risk domestic violence, substance, and sexual abuse cases.
  • Investigated over 140 + cases each year, including sexual assault, child abuse and domestic violence.
  • Certified Instructor through the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Issues of Domestic Violence.
  • Task to intercede in instances of domestic violence to protect victims and limit further violence.
  • Trained in recognizing domestic violence and refer those families to the local domestic violence shelters.
  • Specialized training in Human Trafficking, Medical Neglect, and Domestic Violence cases.
  • Complete risk/safety, domestic violence, and substance abuse assessments.
  • Investigate Child abuse and Domestic violence.
  • Mentor for Department of Children and Family Services Domestic Violence Specialist
  • Obtained certification in core comp and ACT training thru Florida Center against Domestic Violence in being a Domestic Violence Advocate.
  • Handled all cases with maltreatments of Domestic Violence.

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34. Social Workers
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Here's how Social Workers is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Provided leadership and consultation to other social workers in casework concepts and methodology.
  • Conduct investigations consisting of interviewing alleged perpetrators, victims, reporting persons, physicians, nurses, and social workers.
  • Participate on a blended child welfare team in which collaboration with social workers from other Child Welfare disciplines is essential.
  • Contacted agencies outside The Commonwealth to assist in investigations and also build rapport with fellow investigators and social workers.
  • Assisted social workers, case managers, and court counselors in youth treatment planning.

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35. Agency Resources
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36. Judicial Officials
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Here's how Judicial Officials is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Maintained working relationships with law enforcement, medical professional and judicial officials as well as other community resources.
  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with Law Enforcement Officials, Judicial Officials and Medical Professionals.

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37. Pertinent Information
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Here's how Pertinent Information is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Interviewed and examined children and parents, assessed home environment and gathered pertinent information from other sources.
  • Gather pertinent information in order to conduct a thorough evaluation and assessment.
  • Gathered pertinent information for outcome.
  • Evaluated home environment for indications of abuse/neglect and procured pertinent information from childcare providers, teachers, coaches and other sources.
  • Work closely with sheriff's deputies, office staff and police departments to gather pertinent information/ reports as needed.
  • Interview parents, family members, and children to gather pertinent information on the allegation reported.
  • Assessed the home environment and gathered pertinent information from a variety of sources.

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38. Appropriate Reports
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Here's how Appropriate Reports is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Prepared appropriate reports/documentation in coordination with the Assistant Attorney's General office and provided testimony in court.
  • Prepared appropriate reports/documentation in coordination with Children's legal services and provided testimony in court.
  • Prepared appropriate reports/documentations in coordination with Children s Legal Services.
  • Prepared appropriate reports/documents for court and attended hearings.
  • Prepared appropriate reports/documentation for testimony in court.
  • Prepare and submit appropriate reports to the Court and District Attorney Cases.

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39. Client Files
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Here's how Client Files is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Provided thorough and ongoing documentation of efforts and records in information systems and client files.
  • Developed a tracking for incoming and outgoing client files.
  • Case Management: organized and maintained client files.
  • Maintain client files and case notes.
  • Maintained 15-25 accurate client files.
  • Document all activities and correspondence in the division database and client files.

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41. Neglect Cases
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Here's how Neglect Cases is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Gathered pertinent information from the community and family to resolve the abuse/neglect cases.
  • Conducted joint investigations with law enforcement on sexual, physical and emotional/neglect cases.
  • Conducted initial investigations and assessments of reported child abuse and neglect cases.
  • Provided emergency services in the investigation of child abuse/neglect cases statewide.
  • Investigate child abuse and neglect cases-Work with families to develop plans to ensure children's safety-Implement services into the home when needed
  • Worked child abuse and neglect cases, including special investigations related to child death, foster homes and serious injuries.
  • Trained and mentored newly hired investigators and enhanced their knowledge in the field of child abuse/ neglect cases.
  • Adhere to agency's policy and procedure when investigating reports of child abuse/neglect cases.
  • Investigate child abuse and neglect cases for the Department of Children and Families.
  • Completed referrals to Child Protection Center on all sexual abuse neglect cases.
  • Facilitated in-home parenting classes to families with pending child abuse neglect cases.
  • Provided expert testimony on abuse and neglect cases in court hearings.
  • Interviewed alleged perpetrators in abuse and neglect cases.
  • Experienced investigating sexual, physical and neglect cases.
  • Conduct investigations on abuse and neglect cases.
  • Worked a case load of 10 - 30 child abuse and neglect cases in Travis County, TX.
  • Maintained communication with law enforcement about ongoing neglect cases Assisted attorneys with the completion of reports and legal documents
  • Participate in case staffings with detectives and prosecutors for severe abuse and neglect cases at the child advocacy center.
  • Investigated Child Abuse and Neglect cases reported to the Florida Abuse Hotline.
  • Investigated child abuse and neglect cases Interviewed for assessments and associated service delivery Wrote clear narratives for informational and historical purposes

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42. CPS
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Here's how CPS is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Worked closely with many members of the military to improve the relationship with CPS and access to the base for workers.
  • Give the CPS Placement department as much information as possible to help find sufficient placement for the child in custody.
  • Started CPS as a level I investigator and quickly moved up to level III after completing training's and certifications.
  • Placed children removed from their caregiver in a foster care until the caregivers complied with all recommendations by CPS.
  • Contracted with the State of Tennessee Department of Children's Services to work as a CPS Investigator.
  • Worked collaboratively with DC MPD Special Victims Unit, DCPS administrators and school social workers.
  • Provide testimony in court, and prepare cases for transfer to CPS Permanency Planning.
  • Staffed cases with prosecutor, CPS supervisor, detectives, and staff meetings.
  • Ensured compliance with State CPS laws, statutes, policies and procedures.
  • Partnered with CPS legal services to provide necessary testimony in court proceedings.
  • Designated New Hire Mentor during the CPS transformation to train new investigators.
  • Completed CPS investigations on families that were suspected of child abuse/neglect.
  • Trained over 40 members of new staff on CPS investigative process.
  • Worked as an On-Call CPS Worker and acting supervisor.
  • Complete background CPS and Criminal checks on the families.
  • Report all findings to CPS Supervisor.
  • Notified CPS (child protection) supervisor concerning the number of clients , emergencies and services requested (weekly).
  • Conducted CPS investigations and made decisons based upon gathered evidence and forensic findings of fact.
  • Investigate referrals that come into the CPS hotline and conduct interviews with those families.
  • Provided 24 hour, on-call emergency coverage as necessary Became CPS Investigator III after 1.5 years experience.

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43. Services Linkages
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Here's how Services Linkages is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Provide services linkages to agency, community resources and/or recommendations for development of case plan to Case Manager.
  • Provide services linkages to agency and community resources based on needs assessment.
  • Provided families with services linkages to agency and community resources.

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44. Comprehensive Reports
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Here's how Comprehensive Reports is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Testified in court proceedings and prepared petitions and comprehensive reports of investigative findings; documented all relevant and appropriate information obtained.
  • Prepared comprehensive reports and records of investigative findings which support or refute allegations and to recommend appropriate action.
  • Prepare comprehensive reports of investigative findings that support recommendations for appropriate actions relating to the case.
  • Testify in court and prepare comprehensive reports of investigative findings that support recommendations to the court
  • Completed multiple forms and comprehensive reports required for each investigation.
  • Prepare comprehensive reports of investigative findings that support recommendations to the court to ensure the child or children are protected.
  • Testify in court and prepare comprehensive reports of investigative research findings that support the data collected for appropriate action.
  • Prepared legal documents, comprehensive reports of investigative findings and Testifying in court and testified in court.
  • Utilized FSFN, ARTT, internet, Lotus Notes, and Microsoft Office Provided coherent and comprehensive reports in computer system

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45. Fsfn
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Here's how Fsfn is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Determine investigative findings and enter information into FSFN and other systems.
  • Perform all the daily duties of supervisor including reviewing caseload, assisting workers with entering notes in the FSFN State System.
  • Documented electronic case files in FSFN(Florida Safe Families Network) system with appropriate updates through closure or transfer.
  • Completed various tasks in state FSFN network by completing safety plans/assessments of risk, case management and documentation.
  • Retrieved confidential cases from Florida Safe Families Network (FSFN) and assigned cases to Child Protective Investigators.
  • Set up, maintained and closed cases by proficiently navigating the child abuse computer system (FSFN).
  • Trained new investigators on the use of HomeSafeNet and the Florida Safe Families Network (FSFN).
  • Documented all interactions in a computer system known as Florida Safe Families Network (FSFN).
  • Documented all investigative tasks onto the Florida s Safe Families Network (FSFN).
  • Documented case notes and results into Florida Safe Family Network (FSFN).
  • Documented Investigative Outcomes in Florida Safe Families Network System (FSFN).
  • Gained work experiences of working FSFN, Lotus Notes, Microsoft Word.
  • Documented all client progress notes and prepared cases for closure in FSFN.
  • Document on FSFN contacts made during the investigation and or intervention.
  • Record information gathered from clients and other references into FSFN database.
  • Completed various tasks in FSFN state computer network.
  • Enter information into FSFN and other systems.
  • Entered information into FSFN database.
  • Completed the Methodology training FSFN literate
  • Conduct training for investigators or external partners on FSFN or inservice as needed.

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46. Cctv
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Here's how Cctv is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Monitored, and effectively operated CCTV equipment to company standards.
  • Monitor suspicious individuals by utilizing CCTV surveillance and floor surveillance.
  • Review CCTV, exception reports and other available Company media to identify employee theft.
  • Maintain surveillance of the property via CCTV and physical inspections including perimeter checks.
  • Patrol and monitor the floor for theft activity and safety violations via CCTV.
  • Procured and implemented security equipment, CCTV, alarms and electronic surveillance.
  • Utilize CCTV and floor surveillance to initiate internal and external theft investigations.
  • Facilitate and complete internal/external fraud investigations via written, oral and CCTV.
  • Conduct investigations of theft using CCTV and other audit controlling programs.
  • Monitored the CCTV, made apprehensions, and detected fraud.
  • Install and utilize CCTV strategically in stores that require it.
  • Operated surveillance by CCTV and by using a DVR.
  • Monitor Closed Circuit Television (CCTV).
  • Monitor CCTV for shoplifting activities.
  • Use CCTV systemsand other investigative equipment and software to investigate incidents of shoplifting and violating company policy.
  • Perform internal and external investigations of theft from the company Make apprehensions of shoplifters through the use of CCTV
  • Collaborate with the DLPM to investigate internal theft utilizing CCTV monitoring, documentation and the LP hotline.
  • Conduct internal and external investigations utilizing CCTV, covert cameras, surveillances, and exception reporting.
  • Monitor store via CCTV Prevention of Company loss by monitoring and apprehending shoplifters.
  • Monitor customers and employees at all time physically and cctv.

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47. Risk Assessments
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Here's how Risk Assessments is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Administer initial/ongoing child safety and risk assessments and develop a safety plan.
  • Prepared documents to demonstrate analysis of child safety and risk assessments.
  • Completed Family Functioning Assessments and Risk Assessments of families being investigated.
  • Composed risk assessments and determined capacity to consent evaluations.
  • Completed Risk Assessments on families investigated.
  • Complete Risk Assessments for families to determine appropriate services prior to case closure by making referrals to appropriate community resources.
  • Completed Risk Assessments on families investigated and explained these to families while observing on an ongoing basis.
  • Conducted risk assessments based on observations, interviews, and collateral information and contacts.
  • Conducted risk assessments of protective services cases, and determines and implements case actions.
  • Investigate assigned intakes of alleged maltreated children, and make risk assessments.
  • Head of all asset protection and risk assessments at the Tampa location.
  • Maintain the ability to consider child development, conduct risk assessments.
  • Interviewed and evaluated clients, including conducting safety and risk assessments.
  • Report writing, risk assessments and safety planning for every case.
  • Provide detailed case documentation, and safety and risk assessments.
  • Assessed home and social environments for risk assessments.
  • Completed Child Risk Assessments and documentation of interviews.
  • Completed home studies and risk assessments.
  • Complete Safety Assessments and Risk Assessments.
  • Mentor and train new hires Interviewed and evaluated clients, including conducting safety and risk assessments.

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48. Gathers Information
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49. Collateral Contacts
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Here's how Collateral Contacts is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Gathered evidence in association with Child Abuse Investigations including interviewing children and families as well as collateral contacts.
  • Performed investigations that involved thorough interviews with all individuals' involved as well as collateral contacts.
  • Interviewed children, families and collateral contacts to obtain information needed for investigations.
  • Investigated allegations of abuse, including interviewing victims, offenders and collateral contacts.
  • Interviewed collateral contacts such as relatives about the family situation.
  • Interviewed parents, caretakers, collateral contacts and alleged perpetrators.
  • Analyze and collect information from interviewing clients and collateral contacts.
  • Interviewed family and collateral contacts to obtain further information.
  • Perform investigative interviews with family members and collateral contacts.
  • Conduct interviews of collateral contacts, obtain criminal background checks and work closely with law enforcement and other professionals.
  • Complete timely assessment using field and office interviews, observations, background analysis, and collateral contacts.
  • Interviewed and assessed families and their needs through- face to face, telephone, collateral contacts.
  • Interview children, caretakers, household members and collateral contacts to help make a case determination.
  • Interviewed all family members in the home, and collateral contacts to obtain pertinent background information.
  • Perform Forensic Interview on children, Interview parents & collateral contacts, and perform case investigations.
  • Conduct interviews of suspects, parents, children, witnesses and collateral contacts.
  • Engage and locate families, collateral contacts, and other professional officials.
  • Interview parents, children and collateral contacts to assess child safety.
  • Interview Families, Law Enforcement, and Collateral Contacts.
  • Conducted child physical and sex abuse investigations * Interviewed victims and perpetrators and collateral contacts

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50. Cultural Diversity
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Here's how Cultural Diversity is used in Child Protective Investigator jobs:
  • Promoted and demonstrated appropriate respect for cultural diversity among coworkers and all work-related contacts.
  • Promote and demonstrates appropriate respect for cultural diversity among co-workers, community resources, and clients.
  • Promote and demonstrate cultural diversity respect amongst clients and co-workers.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Child Protective Investigator

Child Abuse

27.0%

Child Safety Assessments

16.7%

Law Enforcement

14.5%

Court Hearings

7.7%

Crisis Intervention

4.8%

Modifies Safety Plans

3.5%

Hotline

2.9%

Special Conditions

2.8%

Emergency Placement

2.4%

Community Resources

1.9%

Danger Threats

1.8%

Protective Capacities

1.7%

Mental Health Services

1.7%

Family Dynamics

1.6%

Danger Assessments

1.6%

Past Service History

1.5%

Voluntary Services

1.5%

Child Vulnerabilities

1.5%

Appropriate Referrals

1.4%

Dependency Services

1.4%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Child Protective Investigator

Rank Skill
1 Child Abuse 20.4%
2 Child Safety Assessments 12.6%
3 Law Enforcement 10.9%
4 Court Hearings 5.9%
5 Crisis Intervention 3.6%
6 Modifies Safety Plans 2.7%
7 Hotline 2.2%
8 Special Conditions 2.1%
9 Emergency Placement 1.8%
10 Community Resources 1.4%
11 Danger Threats 1.4%
12 Protective Capacities 1.3%
13 Mental Health Services 1.3%
14 Family Dynamics 1.2%
15 Danger Assessments 1.2%
16 Past Service History 1.2%
17 Voluntary Services 1.1%
18 Child Vulnerabilities 1.1%
19 Appropriate Referrals 1.1%
20 Dependency Services 1.1%
21 Future Risk 1.1%
22 Medical Professionals 1.0%
23 Medical Personnel 1.0%
24 Substance Abuse 1.0%
25 Thorough Documentation 0.9%
26 Criminal Investigations 0.9%
27 Appropriate Action 0.9%
28 Risk Score 0.9%
29 Substitute Care 0.9%
30 Identifies Needs 0.9%
31 Appropriate Information 0.8%
32 Needs Assessment 0.8%
33 Domestic Violence 0.8%
34 Social Workers 0.8%
35 Agency Resources 0.8%
36 Judicial Officials 0.8%
37 Pertinent Information 0.8%
38 Appropriate Reports 0.8%
39 Client Files 0.8%
40 Legal Resources 0.8%
41 Neglect Cases 0.8%
42 CPS 0.8%
43 Services Linkages 0.7%
44 Comprehensive Reports 0.7%
45 Fsfn 0.7%
46 Cctv 0.7%
47 Risk Assessments 0.7%
48 Gathers Information 0.6%
49 Collateral Contacts 0.5%
50 Cultural Diversity 0.5%
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