Child Abuse Registry is Dead, DFCS “Registry”Lives

The Georgia Legislature created the now dead Child Abuse Registry. This registry prevented individuals “substantiated” to have committed child abuse from obtaining work with children.  In the COVID delayed 2020 Legislative Session, the Child Abuse Registry was eliminated. However, access to DFCS’s list of “substantiation” of child abuse is still available through some background checksContinue reading “Child Abuse Registry is Dead, DFCS “Registry”Lives”

New Edit: Success in Dependency Court 2020

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