B.C. Reg. 527/95
O.C. 1589/95
Deposited December 15, 1995
effective January 29, 1996

Child, Family and Community Service Act

Child, Family and Community Service

Regulation

Note: Check the Cumulative Regulation Bulletin 2014
for any non-consolidated amendments to this regulation that may be in effect.

[includes amendments up to B.C. Reg. 274/2012, February 1, 2013]

Point in Time

Contents
Part 1 — Introductory Provisions
1Definitions
2Best interests of child
Part 2 — Family Support Agreements, Reports and Plans of Care
3Terms to be included in agreements
4Reports to court about removal, return and withdrawal from proceeding
5Information about less disruptive measures
6Plans of care
7Contents of interim plan of care
8Contents of other plans of care
8.01Contents of plan of care if director seeking order that child be placed in temporary or permanent custody of care provider
Part 2.1 — Agreements with Youths and Young Adults
8.1When a youth needs assistance
8.2Contents of plan for independence
Part 3 — Mediation
9Child protection mediators
10Assistance with costs of attending mediation
Part 4 — Aboriginal Organizations and Designated Representatives
11Aboriginal organizations
12Designated representatives
Part 5 — Administrative Reviews
13Repealed
14Director to designate persons to conduct reviews
15Request for review
16Decision not to proceed with review
17How reviews are conducted
18Factors to be considered
19Outcome of review
Part 5.1 — Reviews Relating to Services
19.1Criteria for when a director must consider conducting a review
Part 6
20–24Repealed
Part 7 — Other Provisions
25Definition for disclosure purposes
25.1Disclosure of personal information in reports relating to services
26Repealed
27Forms
Schedule 1
Schedule 1A
Schedule 1B
Schedule 2
Schedule 3

Part 1 — Introductory Provisions

Definitions

1  In this regulation:

"Act" means the Child, Family and Community Service Act;

"administrative review" means a review conducted in response to a request under section 15 (1);

"interim plan of care" means a plan of care prepared for a presentation hearing;

"review authority" means the person or persons designated under section 14 to conduct an administrative review.

[am. B.C. Regs. 400/99, s. 1; 350/2005, Sch. 4, s. 1.]

Best interests of child

2  Where there is a reference in this regulation to the best interests of a child, all relevant factors must be considered in determining the child's best interests, including for example, the factors listed in section 4 of the Act.

Part 2 — Family Support Agreements, Reports and Plans of Care

Terms to be included in agreements

3  An agreement under section 5, 6 or 7 of the Act must include terms permitting

(a) the parent to terminate the agreement on giving the director notice as set out in the agreement, and

(b) the director to terminate the agreement on giving the parent notice as set out in the agreement, which must provide for at least 7 days' notice.

Reports to court about removal, return and withdrawal from proceeding

4  (1) For the purpose of section 33.2 (1) of the Act, a report must be in Form F.

(2) For the purposes of sections 35 (1) and 42.1 (5) of the Act, a report on the circumstances that caused a director to remove a child must be in Form A.

(3) For the purposes of

(a) a return under section 33 (1.1),

(b) section 33 (3), and

(c) section 48 (2)

of the Act, a report or withdrawal must be in Form B.

[en. B.C. Reg. 171/98, s. 1; am. B.C. Reg. 350/2005, Sch. 4, s. 2.]

Information about less disruptive measures

5  For the purposes of section 35 (1) (c) of the Act, information about any less disruptive measures considered by a director before removing a child must be in Form A.

[am. B.C. Reg. 171/98, s. 2.]

Plans of care

6  A plan of care must be prepared in writing by the director responsible for the child.

Contents of interim plan of care

7  (1) An interim plan of care relating to the removal of a child under sections 30 and 42 of the Act must be in Form A.

(1.1) An interim plan of care relating to an application under section 29.1 of the Act must be in Form F.

(2) In addition to the information required under sections 35 (1) (c), 33.2 (1) (b) and 42.1 (5) of the Act, an interim plan of care must include the following:

(a) the child's name, sex, and date of birth;

(b) the child's current living arrangement;

(c) whether or not the child's views on the plan have been considered;

(d) if known, the name, date of birth, home address and home and work telephone numbers of the child's parents;

(e) whether or not the parents have been involved in the development of the plan;

(f) the name, business address and business telephone number of the director responsible for the child, including an after-hours emergency phone number;

(g) the director's recommendations about the care and supervision of the child and about access to the child;

(h) if the child is an aboriginal child, the steps to be taken to preserve the child's aboriginal identity.

(3) Despite subsection (2) (b) and (d), an address and telephone number of a person other than the director need not be included if it might result in a person being molested, harassed or annoyed.

[am. B.C. Regs. 171/98, s. 3; 350/2005, Sch. 4, s. 3.]

Contents of other plans of care

8  (1) In this section, "plan of care" means a plan of care prepared for a court hearing to consider an application for an order,

(a) other than an interim order, that a child be returned to or remain in the custody of the parent apparently entitled to custody and be under a director's supervision for a specified period, or

(b) that a child be placed in the custody of a director under

(i)   a temporary custody order, or

(ii)   a continuing custody order.

(2) A plan of care must include the following information:

(a) the child's name, sex, and date of birth;

(b) the child's current living arrangement and whether an order has been made under the Act about the child;

(c) the overall goal of the plan of care;

(d) whether or not the child's views on the plan of care have been considered;

(e) if known, the name, date of birth, home address and home and work telephone numbers of the child's parents and siblings;

(f) the name, business address and business telephone number of the director responsible for the child, including an after-hours emergency phone number;

(g) in the case of an aboriginal child other than a treaty first nation child or a Nisga'a child, the name of the child's Indian band or aboriginal community, in the case of a treaty first nation child, the name of the child's treaty first nation and, in the case of a Nisga'a child, the Nisga'a Lisims Government;

(h) the parents' involvement in the development of the plan of care, including their views, if any, on the plan;

(i) in the case of an aboriginal child other than a treaty first nation child or a Nisga'a child, the involvement of the child's Indian band or aboriginal community, in the case of a treaty first nation child, the involvement of the child's treaty first nation and, in the case of a Nisga'a child, the involvement of the Nisga'a Lisims Government, in the development of the plan of care, including its views, if any, on the plan;

(j) if the director is applying for an order described in subsection (1) (a) or a temporary custody order,

(i)   a description of the services to be provided to the parent as agreed to by the parent, and

(ii)   the goals of the services to be provided to the parent and the method of determining if they have been met;

(k) a description of the services to be provided to the child;

(l) the goals of the services to be provided to the child and the method of determining if they have been met;

(m) a description of how the director proposes to meet the child's need for

(i)   continuity of relationships, including ongoing contact with parents, relatives and friends,

(ii)   continuity of education and of health care, including care for any special health care needs the child may have, and

(iii)   continuity of cultural heritage, religion, language, and social and recreational activities;

(n) in the case of an aboriginal child, the steps to be taken to preserve the child's cultural identity and to comply with section 71 (3) of the Act;

(o) a description of any outstanding needs of the child that have not been resolved and the plan for resolving them;

(p) if the director intends to apply for a continuing custody order, a description of the arrangements being made to meet the child's need for permanent stable relationships;

(q) a schedule for the review of the plan of care.

(3) Despite subsection (2) (b) and (e), an address and telephone number of a person other than the director need not be included if it might result in a person being molested, harassed or annoyed.

[am. B.C. Regs. 331/2002, App. 2, s. 1; 36/2009, s. 1; 274/2012, Sch. s. 1.]

Contents of plan of care if director seeking order that child be placed in temporary or permanent custody of care provider

8.01  (1) In this section:

"care provider" means the person, other than a director or parent, in whose custody the director is applying to the court for

(a) a temporary custody order to place a child, or

(b) an order under section 54.01 (5) of the Act to permanently transfer custody of a child;

"plan of care" means a plan of care prepared for a court hearing to consider an application that a child be placed in the temporary or permanent custody of a care provider.

(2) A plan of care must include the following information:

(a) the information described in section 8 (2) (a), (c) to (e), (g) to (i), and (o);

(b) the child's current living arrangement and whether

(i)   an agreement has been made under section 8 (1) of the Act about the child,

(ii)   an order has been made under the Act about the child, and

(iii)   an application is being made for a temporary custody order or an order permanently transferring custody under section 54.01 (5) of the Act;

(c) the name, business address and business telephone number of the director providing services to the child, including an after-hours emergency phone number;

(d) the care provider’s involvement in the development of the plan of care including the care provider's views on the plan;

(e) a description of the services to be provided to the care provider as agreed to by the care provider;

(f) the goals of the services to be provided to the care provider and the method of determining if they have been met;

(g) whether financial assistance is to be provided to the care provider;

(h) a description of how the care provider proposes to meet the child's need for

(i)   continuity of relationships, including ongoing contact with parents, relatives and friends,

(ii)   continuity of education and health care, including care for any special health care needs the child may have, and

(iii)   continuity of cultural heritage, religion, language, and social and recreational activities;

(i) in the case of an aboriginal child, the steps to be taken to preserve the child's cultural identity;

(j) confirmation that the director is satisfied with the care provider's ability to care for the child;

(k) if the director is applying for a temporary custody order,

(i)   a description of the services to be provided to the parent as agreed to by the parent,

(ii)   a description of the services to be provided to the child, and

(iii)   the goals of the services to be provided to the parent and the child and the method of determining if they have been met.

[en. B.C. Reg. 274/2012, Sch. s. 2.]

Part 2.1 — Agreements with Youths and Young Adults

When a youth needs assistance

8.1  A director may enter into an agreement with a youth under section 12.2 of the Act only if the director is satisfied that each of the following apply in respect to the youth:

(a) the youth

(i)   is affected by a significant adverse condition, such as severe substance abuse, a significant behavioural or mental disorder, or sexual exploitation as that term is used in section 13 (1.1) of the Act,

(ii)   is in the care of a director under an order or agreement that is about to expire, and it would be in the best interests of the youth if an agreement under section 12.2 of the Act were in place following expiry of the order or agreement, or

(iii)   is or is likely to be in need of protection as described in section 13 of the Act, and an agreement with the youth under section 12.2 of the Act would be a safe and effective alternative to dealing with the youth under Part 3 of the Act;

(b) reasonable efforts to support the youth in the home of the youth's parent or other adult person have been unsuccessful;

(c) the youth requires services and assistance as described by section 12.2 (2) of the Act beyond that which is available to the youth through other sources, including through other government delivered or government sponsored programs;

(d) the youth understands the responsibilities and implications of entering into the agreement;

(e) the youth demonstrates ability and readiness to

(i)   engage in supported independent living,

(ii)   address and manage risks that may affect the youth's safety and well-being, and

(iii)   implement a plan for independence prepared under section 12.2 (3) of the Act.

[en. B.C. Reg. 464/2003; am. B.C. Reg. 350/2005, Sch. 4, s. 4.]

Contents of plan for independence

8.2  For the purposes of section 12.2 (3) of the Act, a plan for independence must contain the following:

(a) a description of the behavioural commitments of the youth, the responsibilities and promised acts of the youth and the director under the agreement, and any relevant timelines;

(b) information necessary to support and preserve the youth's cultural, racial, linguistic and religious heritage;

(c) in the case of an aboriginal youth, information necessary to support and preserve the youth's aboriginal identity;

(d) a description of the youth's plan to make the transition to independence, addressing education, employment, residential arrangements and interpersonal relationships;

(e) a plan outlining how the youth's performance under the agreement, including accomplishments and successes, will be monitored throughout the term of the agreement.

[en. B.C. Reg. 400/99, s. 3.]

Part 3 — Mediation

Child protection mediators

9  (1) For the purposes of section 22 of the Act, a director must establish a roster of mediators.

(2) If a director and another person agree to mediation as a means of resolving an issue relating to a child or a plan of care, the director must choose from the roster a mediator acceptable to the other person.

Assistance with costs of attending mediation

10  If a person who has agreed with a director on mediation needs assistance, the director may pay all or part of any day-to-day expenses that are necessary for the person to attend mediation, including expenses for

(a) transportation,

(b) day care, and

(c) food.

[am. B.C. Reg. 350/2005, Sch. 4, s. 5.]

Part 4 — Aboriginal Organizations and Designated Representatives

Aboriginal organizations

11  For the purpose of informing them under section 33.1 (4) (c), 34 (3) (d), 36 (2.1) (e) or 42.1 (3) (c) of the Act about presentation hearings,

(a) the aboriginal organizations listed in column 2 of Schedule 1 are prescribed for cases involving aboriginal children who are registered or entitled to be registered as members of the Indian bands listed opposite in column 1, and

(b) the aboriginal organizations listed in column 2 of Schedule 2 are prescribed for cases involving aboriginal children, other than those referred to in paragraph (a),

(i)   who are 12 years of age or over and have identified any of the aboriginal communities listed opposite in column 1, or

(ii)   who are under 12 years of age and whose parents have identified any of the aboriginal communities listed opposite in column 1.

[am. B.C. Reg. 331/2002, App. 2, s. 2.]

Designated representatives

12  (1) The designated representative of an Indian band is as follows:

(a) if the band is named in Column 1 of Schedule 1, a person who holds a position listed opposite in Column 3;

(b) if the band is not named in Column 1 of Schedule 1, a person who, for that band,

(i)   holds the position of band manager,

(ii)   holds a position of social development officer, or

(iii)   if there is neither a band manager nor a social development officer for that band, holds an equivalent position.

(2) The designated representative of the Nisga'a Lisims Government is a person who holds the position listed in Schedule 1A.

(2.1) The designated representative of a treaty first nation listed in Column 1 of Schedule 1B is a person who holds the position listed opposite in Column 2.

(3) The designated representative of an aboriginal community listed in Column 1 of Schedule 2 is a person who holds a position listed opposite in Column 3.

[en. B.C. Reg. 331/2002, App. 2, s. 3; am. B.C. Reg. 36/2009, s. 2.]

Part 5 — Administrative Reviews

Repealed

13  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 350/2005, Sch. 4, s. 6.]

Director to designate persons to conduct reviews

14  (1) A director must designate a person or persons as a review authority to conduct administrative reviews.

(2) A person who was involved in the matter under review must not be designated as a review authority for that matter.

[am. B.C. Reg. 57/2012, s. 1.]

Request for review

15  (0.1) In this section:

"delegate of the Representative for Children and Youth" means a person acting under authority delegated to the person under section 8 of the Representative for Children and Youth Act to perform the functions under section 6 (a) (ii) of that Act;

"Representative for Children and Youth" means the Representative for Children and Youth appointed under section 2 of the Representative for Children and Youth Act;

"young adult" means a person who has entered into an agreement, or is eligible to enter into an agreement, with a director under section 12.3 of the Act.

(1) Any of the following may, at any time, request an administrative review of any decision, act or failure to act of a director that relates to a service to a child, young adult or family under Part 2, 2.1, 3 or 4 of the Act or to a decision respecting section 75, 76, 77 or 79 of the Act:

(a) the child;

(b) the young adult;

(c) a parent of the child;

(d) the Representative for Children and Youth or a delegate of the Representative for Children and Youth;

(e) any person representing the child, young adult or parent.

(2) A request for an administrative review

(a) must be made to a director, and

(b) may be made in writing, in person, by telephone or by any other means.

(3) A director must ensure that information about the right to request an administrative review and about the review process is available to anyone

(a) who asks the director to provide services under Part 2, 2.1, 3 or 4 of the Act,

(b) who is provided with those services,

(c) who exercises a right in relation to section 76, or

(d) to whom the director refuses to disclose information under section 77.

[am. B.C. Regs. 400/99, s. 5; 350/2005, Sch. 4, s. 7; 57/2012, s. 2; 273/2012, ss. 1 and 2 (a).]

Decision not to proceed with review

16  (1) A review authority may decide not to proceed with an administrative review if

(a) the review authority considers that the request for review does not relate to a matter mentioned in section 15 (1),

(b) the child or young adult, as applicable, who would be the subject of the review, or the person who requested the review, does not want to proceed with the review,

(c) the director and the person who requested the review agree to an alternate mechanism for resolving the matter,

(d) the director resolves the matter to the satisfaction of the person who requested the review,

(e) the matter is before the court, or

(f) the review authority considers that the remedy sought from it would conflict with an order or decision of the court.

(2) On deciding not to proceed with an administrative review, the review authority must notify the person who requested the review of the decision and the reasons.

[am. B.C. Regs. 400/99, s. 6; 350/2005, Sch. 4, s. 8; 57/2012, s. 3.]

How reviews are conducted

17  (1) A review authority

(a) must commence an administrative review as soon as possible after a request is made, and

(b) must complete the review within 30 days after the request is made, unless

(i)   the review authority decides under section 16 not to proceed with the review, or

(ii)   the review authority and the person who requested the review agree to extend the time limit.

(2) The review authority must make reasonable efforts to determine the views of

(a) the child, if the child is the subject of the review,

(a.1) the young adult, if the young adult is the subject of the review,

(b) the person requesting the administrative review, and

(c) the director concerned.

(3) The review authority may seek the views of and information from any person if the review authority believes it necessary to do so in order to make a decision about the review.

[am. B.C. Reg. 57/2012, s. 4.]

Factors to be considered

18  In arriving at its decision, a review authority must consider

(a) the principles in sections 2 and 3 of the Act,

(b) the policies and procedures for the administration of the Act, and

(c) available resources.

Outcome of review

19  (1) On completing the administrative review, the review authority may recommend that the director concerned do anything that could legally have been done in the circumstances under review.

(2) Within 7 days of completing the administrative review, the review authority must provide a copy of its decision to

(a) the person who requested the review, including a child or young adult,

(a.1) the child, if the child is the subject of the review and will not be provided a copy of the decision under paragraph (a), unless, in the opinion of the review authority, it is not in the child's best interests to provide the child with a copy of the decision,

(a.2) the young adult, if the young adult is the subject of the review and will not be provided a copy of the decision under paragraph (a),

(b) the director, and

(c) any other person the review authority considers necessary to ensure that the Act is administered in accordance with the principles in sections 2 and 3 of the Act.

[am. B.C. Regs. 57/2012, s. 5; 273/2012, s. 2 (b).]

Part 5.1 — Reviews Relating to Services

Criteria for when a director must consider conducting a review

19.1  (1) In this section, "critical injury" means an injury to a child that may

(a) result in the child's death, or

(b) cause serious or long-term impairment of the child's health.

(2) After a director becomes aware of the critical injury or death of a child, the director must consider conducting a review of that critical injury or death if

(a) the child or the child's family was receiving a service under the Act at the time of, or in the year previous to, the critical injury or death of the child, and

(b) in the opinion of the director, the service received, or a policy or practice relating to the service received, may have significantly contributed to the critical injury or death of the child.

[en. B.C. Reg. 188/2007, s. (a).]

Part 6

Repealed

20–24  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 350/2005, Sch. 4, s. 9.]

Part 7 — Other Provisions

Definition for disclosure purposes

25  For the purposes of disclosure under section 64 of the Act before a protection hearing, "party to a proceeding" includes any of the following:

(a) each parent of the child;

(b) a director;

(c) in the case of an aboriginal child,

(i)   if the child is registered or entitled to be registered as a member of an Indian band, a representative of that band,

(ii)   if the child is a Nisga'a child, a representative of the Nisga'a Lisims Government,

(ii.1)   if the child is a treaty first nation child, a representative of the treaty first nation, and

(iii)   in any other case,

(A)  if the child is 12 years of age or older, a representative of an aboriginal community identified by the child, or

(B)  if the child is under 12 years of age, a representative of an aboriginal community identified by the parents of the child;

(d) any person specified by the court.

[am. B.C. Regs. 331/2002, App. 2, s. 4; 36/2009, s. 3.]

Disclosure of personal information in reports relating to services

25.1  (1) In this section, "third party" means any person.

(2) For the purposes of releasing a finalized report or part of a finalized report under section 79 (g.2) of the Act, a director must not disclose personal information in the report or part of the report if the disclosure would be an unreasonable invasion of a third party's personal privacy under section 22 (2) to (4) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

[en. B.C. Reg. 188/2007, s. (b).]

Repealed

26  Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 350/2005, Sch. 4, s. 10.]

Forms

27  The forms in Schedule 3 are prescribed for the purposes of the Act and this regulation.

Schedule 1

[en. B.C. Reg. 331/2002, App. 2, s. 5; am. B.C. Regs. 350/2005, Sch. 4. s. 11; 36/2009, s. 4; 53/2011, Sch. 2, s. 1.]

Column 1

Indian Band
Column 2

Aboriginal

Organization


(sections 33.1 (4) (c),

34 (3) (d), 36 (2.1) (e) and

 42.1 (3) (c) of the Child,

 Family and Community

 Service Act)
Column 3

Designated Representative

(sections 38 (1) (c), 39 (1) (c) and 49 (2) (c)

 of the Child, Family and Community

 Service Act)*
Adams Lake First Nation Adams Lake First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Ahousaht First Nation Ahousaht First Nation First Nation Manager or Family Care Worker
Aitchelitz First Nation Aitchelitz First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Alexandria First Nation Alexandria First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Alexis Creek First Nation Alexis Creek First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Ashcroft First Nation Ashcroft First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Beecher Bay First Nation Beecher Bay First Nation First Nation Chief or First Nation Social Worker
Blueberry River First Nation Blueberry River First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Bonaparte First Nation Bonaparte First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Boothroyd First Nation Boothroyd First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Boston Bar First Nation Boston Bar First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Bridge River First Nation Bridge River First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Burns Lake First Nation Burns Lake First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Burrard First Nation Burrard First Nation Social Development Director
Campbell River First Nation Campbell River First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Canim Lake First Nation Canim Lake First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Canoe Creek First Nation Canoe Creek First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Cape Mudge First Nation Cape Mudge First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Cayoose Creek First Nation Cayoose Creek First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Chawathil First Nation Chawathil First Nation First Nation Social Development Worker
Cheam First Nation Cheam First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Chehalis First Nation Chehalis First Nation First Nation Family Support Worker
Chemainus First Nation Chemainus First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Cheslatta Carrier First Nation Cheslatta Carrier First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Coldwater First Nation Coldwater First Nation Social Services Coordinator
Columbia Lake First Nation Columbia Lake First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Comox First Nation Comox First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Cook's Ferry First Nation Cook's Ferry First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Coordinator or Equivalent
Cowichan First Nation Cowichan First Nation First Nation Administrator
Da'naxda'xw First Nation (aka Tanakteuk First Nation) Da'naxda'xw First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Dease River First Nation Dease River First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Ditidaht First Nation Ditidaht First Nation Social Development Worker or Family Care Worker
Doig River First Nation Doig River First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Douglas First Nation Douglas First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Ehattesaht First Nation Ehattesaht First Nation First Nation Manager
Esketemc First Nation

(aka Alkali Lake First Nation)
Esketemc First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Esquimalt First Nation Esquimalt First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Fort Nelson First Nation Fort Nelson First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Fountain First Nation

(aka Xaxli'p Nation)
Fountain First Nation Social Development Administrator
Gitanmaax First Nation Gitanmaax First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Gitanyow First Nation Gitanyow First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Gitsegukla First Nation Gitsegukla First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Gitwangak First Nation Gitwangak First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Glen Vowell First Nation Glen Vowell First Nation First Nation Social Development Officer
Gwa'Sala-Nakwaxda'xw First Nation Gwa'Sala-Nakwaxda'xw First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Gwawaenuk First Nation

(aka Kwa-Wa-Aineuk First Nation)
Gwawaenuk First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Hagwilget Village First Nation Hagwilget Village First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Halalt First Nation Halalt First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Halfway River First Nation Halfway River First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Hartley Bay First Nation Hartley Bay First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Heiltsuk First Nation Heiltsuk First Nation First Nation Social Worker or Executive Director
Hesquiaht First Nation Hesquiaht First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
High Bar First Nation High Bar First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Homalco First Nation Homalco First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Hupa¢asath First Nation

(aka Opetchesaht First Nation)
Hupa¢asath First Nation First Nation Office Manager
Iskut First Nation Iskut First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Kamloops First Nation Kamloops First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Kanaka Bar First Nation Kanaka Bar First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Katzie First Nation Katzie First Nation First Nation Social Development Worker
Kispiox First Nation Kispiox First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Kitamaat Village First Nation Kitamaat Village First Nation First Nation Social Development Administrator
Kitasoo First Nation Kitasoo First Nation First Nation Social Development Worker
Kitkatla First Nation Kitkatla First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Kitselas First Nation Kitselas First Nation First Nation Social Development Officer
Kitsumkalum First Nation Kitsumkalum First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Klahoose First Nation Klahoose First Nation First Nation Social Development Worker
Kluskus First Nation Kluskus First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Kwadacha First Nation

(aka Fort Ware First Nation)
Kwadacha First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Kwakiutl First Nation Kwakiutl First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Kwantlen First Nation Kwantlen First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Kwaw- Kwaw- Apilt First Nation Kwaw- Kwaw- Apilt First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Kwiakah First Nation Kwiakah First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Kwicksutaineuk-Ah-Kwaw-Ah- Mish First Nation Kwicksutaineuk-Ah-Kwaw-Ah-Mish First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Kwikwetlem First Nation

(aka Coquitlam First Nation)
Kwikwetlem First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Lake Babine First Nation Lake Babine First Nation Lake Babine Nation Chief
Lake Cowichan First Nation Lake Cowichan First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Lax-Kw'alaams First Nation Lax-Kw'alaams First Nation First Nation Administrator
Leq'a:mel First Nation Leq'a:mel First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Lheidli T'enneh First Nation

(aka Lheit-Lit'en First Nation)
Lheidli T'enneh First Nation First Nation Social Development Administrator
Little Shuswap Lake First Nation Little Shuswap Lake First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Lower Kootenay First Nation Lower Kootenay First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Lower Nicola First Nation Lower Nicola First Nation First Nation Administrator
Lower Similkameen First Nation Lower Similkameen First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Lyackson First Nation Lyackson First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Lytton First Nation Lytton First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Malahat First Nation Malahat First Nation First Nation  Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Mamalilikulla First Nation

(aka Mamaleleqala Qwe'Qwa'Sot'Enox First Nation)
Mamalilikulla First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Matsqui First Nation Matsqui First Nation Xyolhemeylh Portfolio Holder
McLeod Lake First Nation McLeod Lake First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Metlakatla First Nation Metlakatla First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Moricetown First Nation Moricetown First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Mount Currie First Nation Mount Currie First Nation First Nation Social Development Manager
Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nation Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Musqueam First Nation Musqueam First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
N'Quatqua First Nation

(aka Anderson Lake First Nation)
N'Quatqua First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Nadleh Whut'en First Nation Nadleh Whut'en First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Nak'azdli First Nation Nak'azdli First Nation First Nation Social Development Director, Family Care Worker or Senior Manager
'Namgis First Nation 'Namgis First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Nanoose First Nation Nanoose First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Nazko First Nation Nazko First Nation First Nation Counsellor
Nee-Tahi-Buhn First Nation Nee-Tahi-Buhn First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Neskonlith First Nation Neskonlith First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
New Westminster First Nation New Westminster First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Nicomen First Nation Nicomen First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Nooaitch First Nation Nooaitch First Nation First Nation Social Development Coordinator
North Thompson First Nation North Thompson First Nation First Nation Social Worker or First Nation Manager
Nuchatlaht First Nation Nuchatlaht First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Nuxalk First Nation Nuxalk First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Okanagan First Nation Okanagan First Nation First Nation Social Services Supervisor
Old Massett Village First Nation Old Massett Village First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Oregon Jack Creek First Nation Oregon Jack Creek First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Osoyoos First Nation Osoyoos First Nation First Nation Social Services Manager
Oweekeno First Nation Oweekeno First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Pacheedaht First Nation Pacheedaht First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Pauquachin First Nation Pauquachin First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Pavilion First Nation Pavilion First Nation First Nation Social Development Worker
Penelakut First Nation Penelakut First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Penticton First Nation Penticton First Nation First Nation Manager or First Nation Social Worker
Peters First Nation Peters First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Popkum First Nation Popkum First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Prophet River First Nation

(aka Dene Tsaa Tse K'nai First Nation)
Prophet River First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Qualicum First Nation Qualicum First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Quatsino First Nation Quatsino First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Red Bluff First Nation Red Bluff First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Saik'uz First Nation

(aka Stoney Creek First Nation)
Saik'uz First Nation First Nation Family Care Worker
Samahquam First Nation Samahquam First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Saulteau First Nation Saulteau First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Scowlitz First Nation Scowlitz First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Seabird Island First Nation Seabird Island First Nation First Nation Manager or Community Health Representative
Sechelt First Nation Sechelt First Nation First Nation Chief or Councillor
Semiahmoo First Nation Semiahmoo First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Seton Lake First Nation Seton Lake First Nation First Nation Social Development Worker
Shackan First Nation Shackan First Nation First Nation Social Development Coordinator
Shuswap First Nation Shuswap First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Shxw'ow'hamel First Nation

(aka Ohamil First Nation)
Shxw'ow'hamel First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Siska First Nation Siska First Nation First Nation Manager or First Nation Social Worker
Skatin First Nation Skatin First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Skawahlook First Nation Skawahlook First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Skeetchestn First Nation Skeetchestn First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Skidegate First Nation Skidegate First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Skin Tyee First Nation Skin Tyee First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Skowkale First Nation Skowkale First Nation First Nation Chief
Skuppah First Nation Skuppah First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Skwah First Nation Skwah First Nation Child and Family Services Portfolio First Nation Councillor
Skway First Nation Skway First Nation First Nation Family Support Worker
Sliammon First Nation Sliammon First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Snuneymuxw First Nation

(aka Nanaimo First Nation)
Snuneymuxw First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Soda Creek First Nation Soda Creek First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Songhees First Nation Songhees First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Soowahlie First Nation Soowahlie First Nation First Nation Councillor
Spallumcheen First Nation Spallumcheen First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Spuzzum First Nation Spuzzum First Nation First Nation Manager
Squamish Nation Squamish Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Squiala First Nation Squiala First Nation First Nation Chief
St. Mary's First Nation St. Mary's First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Stella'ten First Nation Stella'ten First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Stone First Nation Stone First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Sumas First Nation Sumas First Nation First Nation Community Development Coordinator or Education Coordinator
T'Sou-ke First Nation T'Sou-ke First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
T'it'q'et First Nation

(aka Lillooet First Nation)
T'it'q'et First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Tahltan First Nation Tahltan First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Takla Lake First Nation Takla Lake First Nation First Nation Family Care Worker
Taku River Tlingit First Nation Taku River Tlingit First Nation Social Program Manager
Tl'azt'en First Nation Tl'azt'en First Nation First Nation Family Care Worker
Tl'etinqox-T'in First Nation

(aka Anaham First Nation)
Tl'etinqox-T'in First Nation First Nation Child Care Worker
Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation First Nation Family Care Worker or Social Development Worker
Tlatlasikwala First Nation Tlatlasikwala First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Tlowitsis First Nation

(aka Tlowitsis - Mumtagila)
Tlowitsis First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Tobacco Plains First Nation Tobacco Plains First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Toosey First Nation Toosey First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Tsartlip First Nation Tsartlip First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Tsawataineuk First Nation Tsawataineuk First Nation First Nation Social Development Worker or Drug and Alcohol Counsellor
Tsawout First Nation Tsawout First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Tsay Keh Dene First Nation Tsay Keh Dene First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Tseshaht First Nation Tseshaht First Nation First Nation Chief Executive Officer, Family Support Worker, or Social Development Worker
Tseycum First Nation Tseycum First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Ts'kw'aylaxw First Nation Ts'kw'aylaxw First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Tzeachten First Nation Tzeachten First Nation First Nation Manager
Ulkatcho First Nation Ulkatcho First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Union Bar First Nation Union Bar First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Upper Nicola First Nation Upper Nicola First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Upper Similkameen First Nation Upper Similkameen First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
West Moberly First Nation West Moberly First Nation First Nation Social Development Director
Westbank First Nation Westbank First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Wet'suwet'en First Nation

(aka Broman Lake First Nation)
Wet'suwet'en First Nation First Nation Social Development Administrator
Whispering Pines/Clinton First Nation Whispering Pines/Clinton First Nation First Nation Social Service Worker
Williams Lake First Nation Williams Lake First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Xeni Gwet'in First Nation

(aka Nemaiah Valley First Nation)
Xeni Gwet'in First Nation First Nation Social Worker
Yakweakwioose First Nation Yakweakwioose First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Yale First Nation Yale First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
Yekooche First Nation Yekooche First Nation First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent
First Nations not listed

[section 12 (1) (b)]
  First Nation Manager, Social Development Officer or Equivalent Position

*Whether a designated representative is entitled to notice under a provision of the Act must be determined by reference to that provision.

Schedule 1A

[en. B.C. Reg. 331/2002, App. 2, s. 5.]

Nisga'a Lisims Government

(section 12 (2))

Column 1

(sections 38 (1) (c.1), 39 (1) (d) & 49 (2) (c.1), of the

Child, Family and Community Service Act)
Director of Programs and Services

Schedule 1B

[en. B.C. Reg. 36/2009, s. 5; am. B.C. Reg. 53/2011, Sch. 2, s. 2.]

Column 1

Treaty First Nation
Column 2

Designated Representative


(sections 38 (1) (c.2), 39 (1) (d.1), 49 (2) (c.2) and 54.1 (2) (d.1)

of the Child, Family and Community Service Act)
Huu-ay-aht First Nations Director of Human Services
Ka:'yu:'k't'h'/Che:k'tles7et'h' First Nations Director of Community Services
Toquaht Nation Director of Community Services
Tsawwassen First Nation Health and Social Services Manager
Uchuklesaht Tribe Director of Human Services
Ucluelet First Nation Director of Community Services

Schedule 2

[en. B.C. Reg. 331/2002, App. 2, s. 5; am. B.C. Reg. 350/2005, Sch. 4, s. 12.]

Column 1

Aboriginal

Community
Column 2

Aboriginal

Organization


(sections 33.1 (4) (c),

 34 (3) (d), 36 (2.1) (e) and

 42.1 (3) (c) of the Child,

 Family and Community Service Act)
Column 3

Designated

Representative


(sections 38 (1) (d), 39 (1) (c) and

 49 (2) (d) of the Child, Family and

 Community Service Act)*
The Chetwynd and Region

Aboriginal Community
Tansi Friendship Centre Executive Director of Tansi Friendship Centre
The Courtenay and Region

Aboriginal Community
Wachiay Friendship Centre Society Director, Wachiay Friendship Centre Society
The Dawson Creek and

Region Aboriginal Community
Dawson Creek Aboriginal Resources Society

OR

Nawican Friendship Centre
Program Manager of Dawson Creek

Aboriginal Resources Society

OR

Executive Director of Nawican Friendship Centre
The Duncan and Region

Aboriginal Community
Hi'ye'yu Lelum House of Friendship Executive Director of Hi'ye'yu Lelum House of Friendship
The Fort Nelson and Region

Aboriginal Community
Fort Nelson/Liard Friendship Society Executive Director of Fort Nelson/Liard Friendship Society
The Fort St. John and Region

Aboriginal Community
Keeginaw Friendship Centre Legal Information Worker of Keeginaw Friendship Centre
The Kamloops and Region

Aboriginal Community
Interior Indian Friendship Centre Executive Director of Interior Indian Friendship Centre
The Kelowna and Region

Aboriginal Community
Central Okanagan Friendship Centre Society Executive Director of Central Okanagan Friendship Centre Society
The Lillooet and Region

Aboriginal Community
Lillooet Friendship Centre Society Executive Director of Lillooet Friendship Centre Society
The Merritt and Region

Aboriginal Community
Conayt Friendship Centre Society Executive Director of Conayt Friendship Society
The Mission and Region

Aboriginal Community
Mission Indian Friendship Centre Family Support Worker of Mission Indian Friendship Centre
The Nanaimo and Region

Aboriginal Community
Tillicum Haus Society Executive Director of Tillicum Haus Society
The Port Alberni and Region

Aboriginal Community
Port Alberni Friendship Centre Executive Director of Port Alberni Friendship Centre
The Prince George and

Region Aboriginal Community
Prince George Friendship Centre Executive Director of Prince George Friendship Centre
The Prince Rupert and Region

Aboriginal Community
Friendship House Association of Prince Rupert Executive Director of Friendship House Association of Prince Rupert
The Quesnel and Region

Aboriginal Community
Quesnel Tillicum Society Assistant Executive Director and Referral Worker or 

First Nation Family Support Worker of Quesnel Tillicum Society
The Smithers and Region

Aboriginal Community
Dzel K'ant Indian Friendship Centre Society Executive Director of Dzel K'ant Indian Friendship Centre Society
The Terrace and Region

Aboriginal Community
Kermode Friendship Centre Executive Director of Kermode Friendship Centre
The Vancouver and Region

Aboriginal Community
Vancouver Aboriginal

Friendship Centre Society
Executive Director of Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre Society
The Vernon and Region

Aboriginal Community
First Nations Friendship Centre Executive Director of First Nation Friendship Centre
The Victoria and Region

Aboriginal Community
Victoria Native Friendship Centre Director of Social Programs, Victoria Native Friendship Centre
The Williams Lake and

Region Aboriginal Community
Cariboo Friendship Centre Executive Director of Cariboo Friendship Centre
Métis Community Métis Commission for Children and Family Services Executive Director of Métis Commission for Children and Family Services
The Kelly Lake 

Aboriginal Community located

south-east of Pouce Coupe
Kelly Lake First Nations Society Chief of Kelly Lake First Nation Society
Liard River Reserve #3

located at Lower Post
Liard River Reserve # 3 First Nation Manager
Eastern Arctic Inuit Community Nanavut Social Development Council Chairperson of Social Development Council, Nanavut Social Development Council
Western Arctic Inuit Community Inuvialuit Regional Corporation Registrar of Enrolment, Inuvialuit Regional Corporation

*Whether a designated representative is entitled to notice under a provision of the Act must be determined by reference to that provision.

Schedule 3

[am. B.C Regs. 171/98, ss. 4 to 6; 400/99, ss. 9 to 11; 350/2005, Sch. 4, ss. 13 to 16; 53/2011, Sch. 2, ss. 3 and 4.]

Forms

Child, Family and Community Service Act

Report to the Provincial Court of British Columbia

Form A

Court File Number:..................................................

Court Location:..................................................

I, .................................................., as a delegate of the director under section 92 of the Child, Family and Community Service Act, present this written report to the court.

The child/ren listed below is/are under the age of nineteen years, and is/are the subject of this report:

Child's name: Birthdate: Sex:
 

The following is/are the parent(s) of the child/ren:

Parent's name: Relationship to

child/ren:
Address: Phone

(home):
Phone

(work):
 

If the child/ren is/are aboriginal, the following are the name(s) of each child and

(a) the name of the Indian band of which the child is a registered member or is or entitled to be a registered member,

(b) the name of the treaty first nation of which the child is a treaty first nation child,

(c) the name of the child's aboriginal community, or

(d) if the child is a Nisga'a child, the Nisga'a Nation.

Child's name: Indian band, treaty first nation or aboriginal

community name or Nisga'a Nation:
 

 

Facts of Removal

The child/ren was/were removed on the following date and at the following location:

Date and time: Location:
 

By and in the presence of:

(first list the person removing the child/ren and then any other person(s) present at the time of the removal)

Name:
 

The circumstances that caused the director to remove the child(ren) are as follows:

 

Statutory Authority for Removal

The child/ren was/were removed in accordance with the following:

[  ] section 30 of the Child, Family and Community Service Act in the following circumstance(s) as described by section 13 of the Act:

(a) [  ] the child has been, or is likely to be, physically harmed by the child's parent

(b) [  ] the child has been, or is likely to be, sexually abused or exploited by the child's parent

(c) [  ] the child has been, or is likely to be, physically harmed, sexually abused or sexually exploited by another person and the child's parent is unwilling or unable to protect the child

(d) [  ] the child has been, or is likely to be, physically harmed because of neglect by the child's parent

(e) [  ] the child is emotionally harmed by the parent's conduct

(f) [  ] the child is deprived of necessary health care

(g) [  ] the child's development is likely to be seriously impaired by a treatable condition and the child's parent refuses to provide or consent to treatment

(h) [  ] the child's parent is unable or unwilling to care for the child and has not made adequate provision for the child's care

(i) [  ] the child is or has been absent from home in circumstances that endanger the child's safety or well-being

(j) [  ] the child's parent is dead and adequate provision has not been made for the child's care

(k) [  ] the child has been abandoned and adequate provision has not been made for the child's care

(l) [  ] the child is in the care of a director or another person by agreement and the child's parent is unwilling or unable to resume care when the agreement is no longer in force

[ ] section 36 (1) of the Act, which requires a director to remove the child if the director has reasonable grounds to believe that either or both of the following apply:

(i) an order made under section 33.2, 35 (2) (b) or (d) or 36 (3) of the Act no longer protects the child;

(ii) a person has not complied with a term or condition of an order under section 33.2, 35 (2) (b) or (d) or 36 (3) of the Act and a director is required by that order to remove the child in the event of non-compliance.

[ ] section 42 (1) of the Act, which requires a director to remove the child if the director has reasonable grounds to believe that either or both of the following apply:

(i) that a supervision order made under section 41 (1) (a) or (b), (1.1) or (2.1), 42.2 (4) (a) or (c), 46 (3) or 49 (8) of the Act or an interim order made under section 42.1 of the Act no longer protects the child;

(ii) a person has not complied with a term or condition of the supervision or interim order and a director is required by that order to remove the child in the event of non-compliance.

Less Disruptive Measures

If the child/ren was/were removed under section 30, the following less disruptive measures were considered by the director before removing the child/ren:

 

Interim Plan of Care

The child/ren's current living arrangement is as follows:

 

Steps taken to preserve the child/ren's aboriginal identity/identities are:

[  ] not applicable

[  ] as follows:

 

The child/ren's views on the interim plan of care:

[  ] have been considered

[  ] have not been considered

The parent

[  ] has

[  ] has not

been involved in the development of the plan.

Director's Recommendations About Care and Supervision and Access

The director recommends the following with regard to care and supervision of the child/ren and access by any person to the child/ren:

 

Signature of the Director's delegate: ..................................................................................

Business address of Director's delegate: .........................................................................

Business phone number of Director's delegate: ..............................................................

After-hours emergency phone number: ..............................................................................

Date: ..................................................................................

Child, Family and Community Service Act

Report to the Provincial Court of British Columbia

Form B

Court File Number:..................................................

Court Location:..................................................

I, .................................................., as a delegate of the director under section 92 of the Child, Family and Community Service Act, present this written report to the court.

The child/ren listed below is/are under the age of nineteen years, and is/are the subject of this report:

Child's name: Birthdate: Sex:
 

The following is/are the parent(s) of the child/ren:

Parent's name: Relationship to

child/ren:
Address: Phone

(home):
Phone

(work):
 

If the child/ren is/are aboriginal, the following are the name(s) of each child and

(a) the name of the Indian band of which the child is a registered member or is or entitled to be a registered member,

(b) the name of the treaty first nation of which the child is a treaty first nation child,

(c) the name of the child's aboriginal community, or

(d) if the child is a Nisga'a child, the Nisga'a Nation.

Child's name: Indian band, treaty first nation or aboriginal

community name or Nisga'a Nation:
 

The child/ren has/have been returned in accordance with

[ ] section 33 (1) of the Child, Family and Community Service Act

[ ] section 33 (1.1) of the Child, Family and Community Service Act

[ ] section 48 (1) of the Child, Family and Community Service Act

Reasons for Return of Child/ren

The director has returned the child/ren for the following reason(s):

 

Statutory Authority for Removal of Child/ren Returned under s. 33

If the child/ren has/have been returned under s. 33, the child/ren was/were removed in accordance with the following:

[  ] section 30 of the Child, Family and Community Service Act in the following circumstance(s) as described by section 13 of the Act:

(a) [  ] the child has been, or is likely to be, physically harmed by the child's parent

(b) [  ] the child has been, or is likely to be, sexually abused or exploited by the child's parent

(c) [  ] the child has been, or is likely to be, physically harmed, sexually abused or sexually exploited by another person and the child's parent is unwilling or unable to protect the child

(d) [  ] the child has been, or is likely to be, physically harmed because of neglect by the child's parent

(e) [  ] the child is emotionally harmed by the parent's conduct

(f) [  ] the child is deprived of necessary health care

(g) [  ] the child's development is likely to be seriously impaired by a treatable condition and the child's parent refuses to provide or consent to treatment

(h) [  ] the child's parent is unable or unwilling to care for the child and has not made adequate provision for the child's care

(i) [  ] the child is or has been absent from home in circumstances that endanger the child's safety or well-being

(j) [  ] the child's parent is dead and adequate provision has not been made for the child's care

(k) [  ] the child has been abandoned and adequate provision has not been made for the child's care

(l) [ ] the child is in the care of a director or another person by agreement and the child's parent is unwilling or unable to resume care when the agreement is no longer in force

[ ] section 36 (1) of the Act, which requires a director to remove the child if the director has reasonable grounds to believe that either or both of the following apply:

(i) an order made under section 33.2, 35 (2) (b) or (d) or 36 (3) of the Act no longer protects the child;

(ii) a person has not complied with a term or condition of an order under section 33.2, 35 (2) (b) or (d) or 36 (3) of the Act and a director is required by that order to remove the child in the event of non-compliance.

[ ] section 42 (1) of the Act, which requires a director to remove the child if the director has reasonable grounds to believe that either or both of the following apply:

(i) that a supervision order made under section 41 (1) (a) or (b), (1.1) or (2.1), 42.2 (4) (a) or (c), 46 (3) or 49 (8) of the Act or an interim order made under section 42.1 of the Act no longer protects the child;

(ii) a person has not complied with a term or condition of the supervision or interim order and a director is required by that order to remove the child in the event of non-compliance.

Signature of the Director's delegate: ..................................................................................

Business address of Director's delegate: ........................................................................

Business phone number of Director's delegate: ............................................................

Date: .....................................................................................

Form C

Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 400/99, s. 11.]

Forms D and E

Repealed. [B.C. Reg. 350/2006, Sch 4. s. 15.]

Child, Family and Community Service Act

Report to the Provincial Court of British Columbia

Form F

Court File Number:..................................................

Court Location:..................................................

I, .................................................., as a delegate of the director under section 92 of the Child, Family and Community Service Act am applying to the Provincial Court of British Columbia under section 29.1 for an order that the director supervise the care of a child or children.

The child/ren listed below is/are under the age of nineteen years, and is/are the subject of this report:

Child's name: Birthdate: Sex:
 

Notice of Presentation Hearing

Name (s) Address:
Notice to:
  Date: Time:
The hearing will take place on:........................................................................ at:........................... [ ] a.m. [ ] p.m.
Court Location:...................................................................................................
at:...........................................................................................................................

The following is/are the parent(s) of the child/ren:

Parent's name: Relationship to

children:
Address: Phone:

(home)
Phone:

(work)
 

The director believes that the child/ren need(s) protection due to the existence of the following circumstances, as described by section 13 of the Act:

(a) [  ] the child has been, or is likely to be, physically harmed by the child's parent

(b) [  ] the child has been, or is likely to be, sexually abused or exploited by the child's parent

(c) [  ] the child has been, or is likely to be, physically harmed, sexually abused or sexually exploited by another person and the child's parent is unwilling or unable to protect the child

(d) [  ] the child has been, or is likely to be, physically harmed because of neglect by the child's parent

(e) [  ] the child is emotionally harmed by the parent's conduct

(f) [  ] the child is deprived of necessary health care

(g) [  ] the child's development is likely to be seriously impaired by a treatable condition and the child's parent refuses to provide or consent to treatment

(h) [  ] the child's parent is unable or unwilling to care for the child and has not made adequate provision for the child's care

(i) [  ] the child is or has been absent from home in circumstances that endanger the child's safety or well-being

(j) [  ] the child's parent is dead and adequate provision has not been made for the child's care

(k) [  ] the child has been abandoned and adequate provision has not been made for the child's care

(l) [  ] the child is in the care of a director or another person by agreement and the child's parent is unwilling or unable to resume care when the agreement is no longer in force

Facts of Application

The grounds for the director's belief that the child/ren need(s) protection are as follows:

 

The grounds for the director's belief that the supervision order would be adequate to protect the child/ren are as follows:

 

Interim Plan of Care

The current living arrangement for the child/ren is as follows:

(Include information about any steps taken to preserve the child/ren's aboriginal identity, if applicable.):

 

The child/ren's views on the interim plan of care

[  ] have been considered

[  ] have not been considered.

The parent(s)

[  ] has/have

[  ] has/have not

been involved in the development of the plan.

If the child/ren is/are aboriginal, the applicable aboriginal organization or treaty first nation or the Nisga'a Lisims Government

[  ] has

[  ] has not

been notified of the director's application.

Director's Recommendations about Terms and Conditions

The director recommends the following terms and conditions be included in the supervision order:

 

Signature of the director's delegate:...................................................................................................................................................

Business address of director's delegate:.............................................................................................................................................

Business phone number of director's delegate:...................................................................................................................................

After-hours emergency phone number:..............................................................................................................................................

Date:................................................................................................................................................................................................

[Provisions relevant to the enactment of this regulation: Child, Family and Community Service Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 46, section 103]