DC Office of Inspector Finds Many Faults with Roque Gerald’s CFSA


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The DC’s Office of Inspector General found major flaws in the DC CFSA, headed by Interim Director Dr. Roque Gerald.   One major flaw was with the fact that mandated reporters, particularly at the DC public schools, are not properly trained in their responsibility of reporting abuse and neglect.   The report covers the period when DC CFSA was overlooking all abuse in Ward 3, including the case of a German child who continues for fall through the cracks despite international efforts to save her.

“I am deeply concerned about any kind of repeat of the gross neglect that lead to the death of Banita Jacks’ children,” Graham said.

Read more at the Washington Examinerhttp://washingtonexaminer.com/local/dc/2011/04/dcs-child-welfare-system-leaves-kids-risk

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