Administration of Children Services/Dyfuss/Children Protection Services are State funded organizations established to protect children and families that are in trouble or face some form of abuse, neglect, or child endangerment. While working for this agency is taxing, each case worker has the duty and responsibility to protect our children from all forms of abuse. I copied a quote from ACS’s home page which describes their criteria and objective “The Administration for Children’s Services protects children from abuse and neglect. Along with our community partners, Children’s Services provides neighborhood-based services to help ensure children grow up in safe, permanent homes with strong families.” Each agency established to protect our children face both controversy and approval rating. Many field case workers witness horrible living conditions for thousands of children, and all of these children must be protected; and this is a huge responsibility to bear. The United States Constitution states, all people should be treated fairly and without harm, and each human will benefit from equal rights, yet so many of our children are treated unfairly and are harmed beyond one’s comprehension. Childrens legal and constitutional rights are violated the minute a child is abused, neglected, harmed, or in danger, and the abuse continues without appropriate legislation and proper punishment made to the offender. Below are children who were failed at home and by the system. For tens of thousands of children ACS/CPS/Dyfuss is the child’s last resort for protection since home wasn’t protecting her/him. Again, working as a case worker is one of the hardest jobs as so many case workers care for our children and want to protect each child, but sadly children are murdered while under their protection, therefore, the system must change. (Thank you Mom On A Mission for the following) These are several Child Abuse Headline cases. Sadly thousands of other abused children will follow.