How does DYFS really know if a parent is not going to abuse a child again just because they go to anger mgmt?

I know the father has to go to anger management classes. I also know that DYFS doesn’t know this man and what he is really capable of. How can they determine that he will never abuse a child again?

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5 Responses to “How does DYFS really know if a parent is not going to abuse a child again just because they go to anger mgmt?”

  1. Marine Wifey and prego w/ #3 said:

    A hell of a long process of bull and waiting and testing them to see how pissed off they can get. Then say yes or no. They are a pain in the a s s. WHy?

  2. Kat H said:

    They can’t know for sure, but you can always hope for the best.

  3. luvmy4boyz said:

    They can’t that is why they need to follow up on cases and check in. They don’t just order anger management and then that’s it. Once you are in the system for something like that, they stay on you like flies on you know what. At least they should, but sadly in some cases they go overboard when they don’t need to and in others they don’t do enough when they should.

  4. George McCasland said:

    Because he responds to the treatment, but father account for only 8% of child abuse, even when considering custody arrangements. Mothers commit it in 55% of the cases, and usually believe they have a right to do it. yet the state would rather give the child back to her, instead of a non-custodial father
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  5. vertodf d said:

    oh




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