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In the Matter of the Marriage of HAL RICHARDSON

Petitioner Case No. 96 D 217



Recommendation of Domestic Case Manager February 2004

COMES NOW Lloyd C. Swartz, the Domestic Case Manager appointed by the Court in the above captioned case and makes the following recommendations on this 3rd day of February, 2004. These Recommendations will become orders of the Court,

unless written objection is received within ten days from this date.
I have confirmed with Dr. David Rodeheffer,the Psychologist counseling the

daughter, the daughter over heard the mother, during an overnight visit to Kansas City arranging to have harm come to the father.

I have been provided documentation of the efforts of the mother to obtain outside assistance from Bikers Against Child Abuse, including a tee shirt and message that was mailed directly to the daughter from said group.

I have been provided documentation that these threats have escalated to the point of leaving threatening documents in the father's mailbox.

I have been advised that the mother has not followed the order of this court entered January 23, 2004 arising from the Recommendation regarding clarification of parenting time in that she has failed to return the daughter to her home when required to do so and on both overnight weekends has taken the daughter to Kansas City without any notice of "Y'herethey would be.


The mother has failed to pay the court ordered costs of Domestic Case Management with a billed balance due of$lE~-;"50-

For these reasons I recommend the following: For these reasons it is recommended as follows:

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All previous orders.except as herein modified shall remain in effect. That all parenting time with the mother be limited for the foreseeable future to supervised visitation to be held at the north YMCA Safe Visits program and the mother is to pay all costs of the same.


That paragraph F of the Recommendation of Amanda Smith, Domestic Case Manager previously filed Vvith frJs court, wrJch states; "Both parties should obey the Court's order of July 31 st, 2002 and return to Joint therapY with Dr. Bill Albott." become an order of this court and that the modified parenting
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plan calling for supervised visitation remain in forcy until such time as the _ A parties have resolved the conflict that gave rise to the seeking of outside intervention by persons not sanctioned by this court and Dr. jX}15o'tt m


consultation With Dr. Rodeheffer is willing to recommend. a change in _\f,i;~~~nt=in=g::::P==Lm::;iunderstood that this includes the ~er . It is to be not having

<Jill contact

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daughter at school

except for her attendance at scheduled gatherings for-special event~

parent/teacher meetings and othetpublic

Recommendation be made an Order of this Court.

LIo~ Supreme Court # 10163 Domestic Case Manager 800 SW Jackson Street - Suite 900 Topeka, KS 66612-1259 785-232-0545 785-232-0005 fax ORDER As the Court has not heard objections from either party to the above recommendations in the ten allotted days, it therefore considers such recommendations to be in the best interest of the parties and their child and hereby makes them Orders of the Court effective from the day of , 2003.



Judge, Division 12, Third Judicial District Parent Copy Attorney of Record Copy Domestic Case Manager's Copy Court File

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Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA) exists with the intent to create a safer environment for abused children. .,:- ~ '".'.,' .'-t .• :.:~y',~_~~,;:~;.\'i. We exist as a body cf B!:<ers :0 empower children to not feel afraid of the world in which they live. We stand ready to lend .... ~. support to our wounded friends by : ,. involving them with an established, united organization. We work in cQnjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to prolect chilqren. We desire to send a clear message 10 all ..... '.. .~-. ".: involved with the abused child that this child is part of our organization, and thaI 'we are prepared to lend our physical and emotional support to them by affiliation, and our physical presence. We stand ready to shield these children from further abuse. We do not condone the use of violence or physical force in any manner, however, if circumstances arise such that we are the' only obstacle preventing a child from furth~r abuse, we .tand ready .-: to be that obstacle.






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Levels o(Intervention
This will consist of the organization deploying a ride, uniting as many BACA members as are able to attend, to the house of the wounded child. We will visit the child at their place of residence, unless the parent/guardian or other authorities deem it harmful to the child. We wil1 ride as a group to the child's house where the parent(s) will be pre~ent to assist us in presenting the child with a patch, stickers, and a Polaroid photograph of the cbild with hislher new hiker family. It is our hope that the child will use the photog;apt If hehhe is being thre<ltened in a manner that would convey the messnge "I am not alone, and you don't want to mess with my family." BACA memhers who will come into closc contact with the cluldrcn are to be fingerprinted and must pass a short background check. BACA members arc never to go to the cluld's house alone and never without the permission of the child's parent or guardian. The members of BA CA should nol be laid any speCifics about the

If tbe physical presence of our BACA members at the residencc of the child's home does not detcr the abuser, a formal letter wil1 be drafted by the director, assistant director, or the sector leader in the area in which the abuser lives. This letter wil1 be written on BACA letterhead. The substance of the letter will be to explain to the pcrpetrator that we arc prepared to take whatever steps necessary to becomc the obstacle to further abuse. A copy of this letter wil1 be sent to local authoritics

This is the final level of mtervention. BACA wil1 ask for the general geographical location of the offender, and conduct a "NeIghborhood Awareness Ride". We wil1 ridc to the general location given to us, and go door to door letting pcople know who we are, hand out stickers to kids, and distribute our Iitcrature regarding our mission and how we function. BACA wil1 not purposely engage the offender nor wil1 we dISCUSS offender with anyone the during the "Neighborhood Awareness Ride". Local authorities will be made aware of BACA's presence and purpose in the area.


If level one is not sufficient to deter further abuse or harassment,. five to seven BACA members will be sent for further exposure. This group of BACA members are to create a presence at the home of tbe child, being visible at times whcn the family might be thc most vulnerable. The purpose of BACA's presence is to deter further abuse and to protect, if necessary, the cbildren and the family. Local authorities wil1 be made aware of BACA's presence and purpose at the child's home.

Court Appearances
As necessary, we will attend court with our abused friends. The solc purpose for our physical presence is to assist the child in being less innmidated and rrightened, wbile testifying against his or hcr abuser.


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The first BACA chapter began helping thc children of abuse in 1995. Their mission was to help children who have been abused, to be strong and stand up to the perpetrator or abuser. We, the members of the Missouri Chap:e:s of BACA, have been doing the same for the abused children here in our state since 1998. We have a goal to make all abused children see that we are adults that love children and will not stand for abuse. Our single, narroW focus is to remove their fear.


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