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Based on what you've said, the CPS issue really had nothing to do with the restraining order. Instead, it was regarding the fact that CPS believed that you and the mother were not properly supervising the children.
In that case, CPS could still keep an open file/investigate despite the fact that you have the restraining order lifted.
I would recommend that you speak with the case worker and discuss what you need to do - including having the restraining order dropped - to close the case against the both of you.
There is no restraining order. I have already spoken with the case worker in the past. My girlfriend and I were living together and they had knowledge of it. I participated in a number of services and completed each service that they had requested. This is the part that I don't understand.
And yes, the neglectful supervision was based upon the protective order as far as I know. Thanks anyway.