The Georgia legislature changed the Child Abuse Registry in 2019. The 2020 update to Success includes those changes and others. Parents fighting DFCS need guidance to get through the process successfully. Check it out on Amazon.com
Child Abuse Registry Court is closed. Can’t disclose details. Client challenges placement of the registry and won. The registry could have impacted the client’s ability to work and obtain a license from the state. The arbitrary assignment of individuals to the registry is unfair and needs to be challenged. Checkout the 2020 Changes to theContinue reading “Victory in Child Abuse Registry Court”
PLACEMENT ON REGISTRY Beginning January 1, 2020 Upon a finding by CPS that an investigation into child abuse is substantiated, the investigator will notify Division of Family and Children Services that the investigation is substantiated. DFCS will send notice to the individual substantiated of child abuse of the intent to place that person on theContinue reading “Georgia Child Abuse Registry 2020 Update”
2020 Update to Georgia Child Abuse Registry law. Case closed in 20 minutes before the judge. A technical discrepancy created an issue which got a Child Abuse Registry (CAR) hearing ended in less than 20 minutes from roll call to decision. Technical discrepancies occur frequently. That doesn’t account for the couple of hours spent reviewing,Continue reading “Child Abuse Registry: Why Fight? Victory Without a Contested Hearing in 20 minutes.”
DFCS automatically places any substantiated investigation on the Georgia Child Abuse Registry. What does that mean in real terms for real people?