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Family Placement and Follow-Up Hearing [electronic resource]

As the Pitcock case progresses, the court places the boys with their paternal great-grandparents. This program examines some of the issues faced by social service providers regarding child placement, leading up to the Pitcocks' return to court for assessment of their progress by court-prescribed services.
Online
2000
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Counseling and Epilogue [electronic resource]

As the Pitcock saga concludes, the court orders counseling for each individual and for the family as a whole. In this final program, we see the Pitcocks in their family counseling session, which is the first time the Pitcocks have met since the mother's daughter from a first marriage alleged physical abuse by the stepfather. Then we jump ahead several months to the boys' homecoming - and further ahead still to see some of the long-term effects felt by the Pitcock family.
Online
2000
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Emergency Home Removal [electronic resource]

One evening in March 2000, cameras followed Child Protective Services on a response call to the home of the Pitcock family for an investigation of alleged physical abuse. This program covers the emergency home removal of the children by the Department of Child Services.
Online
2000
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Review Hearing and Emergency Foster Care [electronic resource]

The next step in the Pitcock saga is the court hearing that takes place three days following the removal of the two boys from their home. This program documents that first hearing, as well as the family's thoughts before and after their day in court. The film then follows the parents on their first visitation with the boys after they are placed in emergency foster care, pending the court's ability to find family or other temporary placement.
Online
2000