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You called the police and they arrested her. The arresting officer told you bluntly that he was concerned with where this was going and recommended that you take the emergency restraining order he offered you (you declined).

Is it possible that the arresting officer will notify CPS (or whoever handles these cases) to have a well-check done on the children? I know that here, if an officer suspects abuse, he or she is required by law to contact CPS and have the incident checked out.

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