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Citizen Review Panels: An Opportunity to Improve Child Protection?

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William Collins - December 1998

The 1998 Legislature directed this study of citizen review panels for child protection.  The Legislature determined that it is "critically important to the basic nurture, health and safety of children that the state examine a state wide program relating to child abuse and neglect that includes citizen review panels" as required by federal law.  This study addresses: 1) potential barriers to citizen review panels obtaining access to information necessary for them to meet their obligations, 2) current Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) committees relating to children, and 3) issues relating to the creation of review panels. 

Report ID: 98-12-3901

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