Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Michigan Child Welfare Data Fusion Centers

Do you know what model Michigan's Children's Advocacy Centers is based upon?
Michigan's CAC predictive model
attempting to tag and track children of "The Poors"

Come on, give it a whirl.

Fine.  I will just tell you.

Children's Advocacy Centers (CAC) are based upon the model of what is called the Joint Terrorism Task Force Fusion Centers (JTTF), reminiscent of the Combined Intelligence Centers (CIC).

According to the FBI,
The FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Forces, or JTTFs, are our nation’s front line on terrorism: small cells of highly trained, locally based, passionately committed investigators, analysts, linguists, SWAT experts, and other specialists from dozens of U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies. 
Now, compare the language of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Fusion Centers:
Fusion centers operate as state and major urban area focal points for the receipt, analysis, gathering, and sharing of threat-related information between federal; state, local, tribal, territorial (SLTT); and private sector partners.
Last, but not least, to bring home my point that the CAC is nothing more than the transposed model of a JTTF Fusion Center, original parents, better known as birth parents, relatives within the fifth degree of consanguinity, or any other legal guardian, are excluded from participation into these newly created databases.

These CACs are to be accredited by the privatized, NGO of the National Children's Alliance, where a quick glance at its Board of Directors will further bring home my point that these are data collection centers.

Michigan made sure to enshrine preservation of these child data collection centers by including the term of "or its successor agency".

Pretty slick because I know for a fact that stuff like that just flies over the heads of "The Elected Ones".

Oh, and since this stuff is going to be warehoused under the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, 5 will get you 10, it will be Medicaid funded, which is another reason Snyder is pushing to preserve the Medicaid Expansion.

Medicaid is going to fund the technological construction of data bases and all its operations.

Michigan was the first to construct a child protection model under CAPTA, so I guess it would only be logical to conclude that these CACs are the next phase of ASFA.

Always remember, the best way to surveil and track human data is to tag them when they are young.

Gotta be able to construct models to predict who will be "The Poors", in the best interests of the child, of course.

Coming soon to a state and nation where you reside!

Happy Compassionate Child Trafficking Month!

Snyder signs Stamas' children's medical records release law

Snyder signs Stamas' children's medical records release law
LANSING — State Sen. Jim Stamas, R-Midland, joined child protection leaders on last week as Gov. Rick Snyder signed Stamas’ legislation to help children’s advocacy centers protect Michigan's children.

“This new law is part of an ongoing effort to ensure the best possible outcomes for victims of child abuse,” Stamas said.

“Children’s advocacy centers are safe and friendly facilities where law enforcement officials, child protection workers, medical professionals and victim advocates work together on child abuse cases. These centers give us the best chance to help children heal from abuse and hold their offenders accountable.

“This will enable children’s advocacy centers to access abuse and neglect information that can be critical in supporting young victims.”

Senate Bill 1021, now Public Act 491 of 2016, allows a confidential record about child abuse and neglect filed with the Department of Health and Human Services to be disclosed to a children’s advocacy center in the course of providing services to a victim of child abuse or child neglect or to the child’s family.

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