Minnesota Supreme Court/National Center for State Courts Key Findings from the Evaluation of Open Hearings and Court Records in Juvenile Protection Matters
Group: Minnesota Judicial Branch
In October 1995, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued an Order establishing the Task Force on Foster Care and Adoption [hereinafter "Foster Care Task Force]. The Court directed the Foster Care Task Force to: 1. Identify court rules, standards, procedures, and policies and state and federal laws designed to achieve safe, timely, and permanent placements for abused and neglected children; 2. Evaluate the performance of the judicial system in delivering the services provided in the identified rules, standards, procedures, policies, and laws; 3. Assess the quality and adequacy of the information available to courts in child welfare cases; 4. Assess the extent to which existing rules, standards, procedures, policies and laws facilitate or impede achievement of permanent and safe placements of children and the extend to which requirements imposed on the courts impose significant administrative burdens on the courts; and 5. Examine the cooperation between the state court system and tribal court systems and compliance with the Indian Child Welfare Act.
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