Carole Cole CPS


CAROLE COLE (CPS INVESTIGATOR) ” (no license found) Carver Co Community Social Services

Human Services Building 602 East Fourth Street Chaska, Minnesota 55318-2102 CARVER Phone


Alleged Offences Failure by a mandated reporter to report Minn. Stat. §§ 626.556, subd. 6;

388.051, subd. 2, para. (c).. failed to (1) act in good faith and exercising due care, or (2) act in

good faith and following the information collection procedures established under subdivision

10, paragraphs (h), (i), and (j). Violate Rule 11.02 Representations to Court; and violated the

14th Amendment and Title 42 United State Code Section 1983; Credible Evidence; Knowingly

or recklessly made a false report Minn. Stat. § 626.556, Subd. 5.Malicious and reckless reports..


1) Carole Cole lacks license yet is a non-licensed social worker employed as an agent of the

court. Cole makes life changing decisions over children and abuses authority to threaten

and control.

2) DVD of CPS interrogation; A.R. (13 yr old child) being interrogated for an hour by Carole Cole and a sheriff deputy

after she tried to run away. Their cruelty and torture of this child is astonishing and this

DVD shows Carol Cole’s malicious intent; she threatens and tries to force false confessions

out of the child to use against her mother.

3) Improper placement of child in foster care; Mother states that Carol Cole placed A.R.

in non-family foster care to punish the child for grandmother calling 911 when child called

for help and begging to see mother.

4) Cole charged Rice and Sage with mental harm and mental maltreatment,(PAS), Parent Alienation

Syndrome known to be a scam used to conceal abuse [See: A Word of Caution about

Parental Alienation ]

5) Carole Cole has stated she intends to file PAS charge against Lea; Threats and

intimidation, coercive threats, [Subd. 5.Malicious and reckless reports. Any person who

knowingly or recklessly makes a false report under the provisions of this section shall be

liable in a civil suit for any actual damages suffered by the person or persons so reported

and for any punitive damages set by the court or jury, plus costs and reasonable attorney


officers; Rule 11.02 Representations to Court iii; and When known false information is

communicated to government officials, there is clear harm in the “perversion” of

“authorized functions of governmental departments and agencies]

5300.0350 CODE OF ETHICS. Subp. 4. Integrity. (A). therapist must not perform, nor pretend to be

able to perform, professional services beyond the therapist’s field or fields of competence; ( E.

)A therapist must not use or exploit the professional relationship with .. research subject, or

actual or potential witness or complainant in ethical proceedings in any manner for the

therapist’s emotional, financial, sexual, religious, political, or personal advantage or benefit. (L)

A therapist must not allow an individual or agency that is paying for the professional services of

a client to exert undue influence over the therapist’s evaluation or treatment of the client.( N.)

A therapist must not engage in any conduct likely to deceive or defraud the public or the board.

(O.) A therapist must not advertise in a way that is false, fraudulent, or misleading to the public.

(P.) A therapist shall use only academic degrees from regionally accredited institutions that are

related to the practice of marriage and family therapy in any situation or circumstance related

to the practice of marriage and family therapy. Those therapists holding current Minnesota

mental health professional licenses issued by other Minnesota licensing boards may also use

degrees and titles directly related to these licenses as permitted by the other boards when the

other licensure is cited with the marriage and family licensure. (Q.) A therapist must correct,

wherever possible, false, misleading, or inaccurate information and representations made by

others concerning the therapist’s qualifications, services, or products. (R.) A therapist must

make certain that the qualifications of a person in a therapist’s employ is a student,

independent contractor, or an intern represented in a manner that is not false, misleading, or

deceptive. (S.) A therapist must not engage in any unprofessional conduct. Unprofessional

conduct is any conduct violating this part or violating those standards of professional

behavior that have become established by consensus of the expert opinion of marriage and

family therapists as reasonably necessary for the protection of the public interest.

Relations to clients. Subp. 5. A marriage and family therapist must respect the rights of those

persons seeking assistance and make reasonable efforts to ensure that the therapist’s services

are used appropriately. A marriage therapist is bound by these ethics primarily. These ethics

supersede any policies of an employer or contractor that may be contrary to the ethics in this

part. (C.) A therapist must be careful to truthfully represent to clients facts regarding services

rendered. (G.) A therapist must not use or exploit the professional relationship with a client in

any manner for the therapist’s emotional, financial, sexual, religious, political, or personal

advantage or benefit. (H.) A therapist must not use any confidence of a client to the client’s

disadvantage; (J.) A therapist must not provide services to a client when the therapist’s

objectivity or effectiveness is impaired. Whenever a therapist’s objectivity or effectiveness

becomes impaired during a professional relationship with a client, the therapist must notify the

client orally and in writing that the therapist can no longer see the client professionally and

must assist the client in obtaining services from another professional. ( M.) In the course of

professional practice, a therapist must not violate any law concerning the reporting of abuse

of children under Minnesota Statutes, section 626.556 and vulnerable adults under

Minnesota Statutes, section 626.557. (N.) A therapist must display prominently on the

premises of the therapist’s professional practice or make available as a handout the bill of rights

of clients, including a statement that consumers of marriage and family therapy services

offered by marriage and family therapists licensed by the State of Minnesota have the right:

(1) to expect that a therapist has met the minimal qualifications of training and experience

required by state law;

(2) to examine public records maintained by the Board of Marriage and Family Therapy which

contain the credentials of a therapist;

(3) to obtain a copy of the code of ethics from the State Register and Public Documents

Division, Department of Administration, 117 University Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55155;

(4) to report complaints to the Board of Marriage and Family Therapy, University Park Plaza

Building, 2829 University Avenue SE, Suite 330, Minneapolis, MN 55414-3222;

(5) to be informed of the cost of professional services before receiving the services;

(9) to be free from exploitation for the benefit or advantage of a therapist.

Subp. 7. Research. A marriage and family therapist must conduct research activities with full

respect for the rights and dignity of participants and with full concern for their welfare

according to the requirements of the “Ethical Principles of Psychologists, General Principle 9:

Research with Human Participants,” American Psychological Association, as amended June 2,


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