It is almost impossible to get a restraining order that precludes a person from making a report to child welfare agencies because of the high priority placed on the need to identify all possible legitimate cases of child neglect and abuse. Practically speaking, CPS has likely "got her number" at this point and likely to do only the most minimum screening the law allows in response to her complaints on account of her repeated abuses of the system. But it is not tenable for them to simply ignore all future reports from her. It's a terrible situation and you and your daughter have my sympathy.
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