I'm not sure about what you are specifically talking about in your post
I am talking about Poland specifically and what appears to be Poland's drive to keep families together at all cost to a childs welfare and Poland's ridiculous legal system that fails children repeatedly by failing to have any system (that is usable or painful enough) to uphold court orders. The police don't get involved and a 30zl fine from the court is hardly going to deter someone from ignoring an order. It's laughable really. Another example of failure that we have direct experience of is that it's possible to present 5 totally different statements to court in Poland about the same thing, and still be given the opportunity to be heard over a period of months. I would think in most western countries, two would give you the benefit of the doubt (just), three, there would be no further questions as your making it up as you go along.
The kurator system is a joke. From our experience you are dealing with biased, uneducated people who go out with a preconception, and write a report confirming such when it's quite obvious somethings not right. It stinks of, "it looks like too much work" which appears to be endemic in Polish public sector.
Periodically I get a little distressed by what is happening to my partners children. I cannot believe Poland can be so uncaring about children and put parents first under the pretense of doing things correctly. Taking six months to decide that a 5 yr old child should be returned to its mother is appalling by any stretch of the imagination particularly when its a clean situation legally. It's 10% of the childs life. Polish people do seem to live in denial or really don't have a clue about the reality of the Polish legal system. I would not like to think differently to this but sometimes its hard when you get comments like "thats acceptable in Poland". It shouldn't be.
I am biased but only slightly. They are not my children.