The Buzz 17 Thursday Dec 2020 Posted by Natasha in Researching Reform ≈ 1 Comment The latest child welfare items that should be right on your radar: Children central to technology-facilitated abuse in domestic violence casesParents whose 4-y-o was wrongfully taken by CPS officially removed from Child Abuse RegistryStormont ‘failing children and young people’, law centre warns Share this:TweetWhatsAppEmailTelegramPocketShare on TumblrPrintLike this:Like Loading...
Indeed. When child was age three, our child came home from contact with an internet connected mobile phone!. Needless to say it was returned on the next contact. Child at age 9 still does not have own mobile phone. However we have had to repeatedly return mobile phones which have come home with child after contact visits. We have also had to ensure ex was not on the playstation account which child uses for fortnite after being found to have somehow ended up on it and made purchases via our bank account! Ex can now only play fortnite with child when child issues an invite to play due to repeated misuse of the technology causing upset to child. Almost 9 years on and ex STILL has not moved on, due to inability to form and maintain any personal relationships outside of the local lapdancing club. The use of technology to continue to perpetrate coercive control and abuse is a seriously unrecognised issue which needs addressing. Ex has also repeatedly made misuse of his ‘parental responsibility’ status by misuing the child’s school ‘parentmail’ electronic facility to cause difficulties with child’s educational experience, for example by signing the child up for extra curricula activities which the child did not want to do.