Medical Abuse of a Child by a Psychiatrist Should Be Reported to Who?

Question by killiolm: Medical abuse of a child by a psychiatrist should be reported to who?
I am trying to find out where to go about a psychiatrist wrongfully and excessively drugging a child in Missouri. Who do I report this to and where can I find contact information? Thank you for your help.

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Answer by I am the architect of lies.
Why not the police?

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2 Responses to Medical Abuse of a Child by a Psychiatrist Should Be Reported to Who?

  • jocopa3 says:

    The police? Or the head of the work place that the psychiatrist works at. He can be arrested, if so.

  • Ann S says:

    1st file a police report.They should be able to help you. Also you should contact an attorney and file a medical malpractice suit. A lot of attorneys will take your case on a contingency basis.

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