Report: #1451133

Complaint Review: DHS Washington County, Oregon- Lauren Balleza DHS Caseworker - Hillsboro Oregon

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  • Reported By: Greg — Portland Oregon United States
  • DHS Washington County, Oregon- Lauren Balleza DHS Caseworker
    5920 NE Ray Cir Ste 110
    Hillsboro, Oregon
    United States

DHS Washington County, Oregon- Lauren Balleza DHS Caseworker Chuck Anderson They created false criminal allegations and removed my 5 year old son and destroyed a 20-year veteran of law enforcement education and experience Hillsboro Oregon

*Author of original report: If you don't believe how corrupt DHS is in Oregon Washington County then read the media artical below..

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DHS Washington County, Oregon- Lauren Balleza DHS Caseworker If you ever come into contact with DHS in Washington County, Oregon and especially the DHS Caseworker- Lauren Balleza then BEWARE...! She will make up false statements, coerce children, threaten you then ultimately convince Washington County Detective Chuck Anderson to make up false criminal allegations to destroy your family.... You see DHS and the State Courts are paid money from the Federal Government to create criminal cases that are domestic.. In fact the Federal Government under Title 4 funding pays 100% for the conviction and removal of Native Americans, 50% for Blacks & Latinos and 25% for Whites. Title 4 Funding needs to be eliminated entirely because of these perverse incentives. For Example The State of Oregon earned over 1 Billion dollars in Federal monies for this systemic oppression... Washington County has been sued numerous times for falsely alleging abuse. They operate with no oversite and have executive authority to do whatever they want.. Even operate Black-Site Facilities to place children who are never seen thereafter..

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#1 Author of original report

If you don't believe how corrupt DHS is in Oregon Washington County then read the media artical below..

AUTHOR: Greg - (United States)

POSTED: Tuesday, July 10, 2018


An Oregon Department of Human Services employee assigned to Child Protective Services falsified child abuse reports in at least 15 cases, according to deputies.

Miguel A. Fuentes III, 34, was arrested Thursday on charges of official misconduct and tampering with public records.

Investigators said Fuentes has been employed as a social services specialist with Oregon DHS since August 2011. He was most recently assigned to the Beaverton office, where his duties included the investigation of child abuse and neglect reports.

During one investigation, a Washington County Sheriff's Office detective and another DHS employee discovered inconsistencies in official child abuse reports completed by Fuentes.

Investigators said Fuentes submitted reports documenting in-person contacts and interviews that never took place.

Other reports contained false statements and work that was allegedly completed on days Fuentes was not in the office, according to deputies.

Detectives reviewed many of his cases and said they discovered at least 15 with falsified information.

Fuentes was placed on administrative leave when DHS learned of the investigation in November 2016.

Deputies said DHS has cooperated fully with the investigation and the agency has since re-assigned cases involving Fuentes.



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