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As far as contacting Child Services, what do you mean? He is being home schooled and therefore, not delinquent. I would need law enforcements help in getting him somewhere, but they tell me they can not do that.
You can contact child services and ask them to investigate the situation with your son, and they can find him as being a delinquent child OR a child in need of special services or supervision. If that occurs, then they will open case and you can go before the judge and ask the court to step in and assist you with correcting his insubordination or other characteristics that he has.
If you contact child services, they'll help you get this done.
CPS? What local authority should I contact?
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