The Children Act
However, the proposal as written has many sections that are either unenforceable, incomprehensible, unclear, or riddled with spelling and grammatical errors. Section 4 sets to establish the duties of a child welfare services but subsection (e) makes all their work voluntary and unenforceable outside of removing a child from the family. Section 5(f) appears to allow abuse to continue without removal until all least restrictive methods are tried first, allowing – in effect – abuse the first few times at least. Other scriveners' errors abound: such as the misspelling of 'guarantee' and 'facilitate' in section 3 and poorly constructed lists that 'enshrine commit' (not a grammatical phrase).
In light of the low quality of this submission, as well as its lack of clarity and specificity, the WA Office recommends a vote against "The Children Act".
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