NH Senate weighs cost of tracking claims that don’t result in finding of abuse or neglect

Balancing fiscal responsibility and the need to properly track potentially at-risk children ignited a passionate debate in the New Hampshire Senate chamber.

At issue are reports collected by the state’s Division of Children, Youth & Families. Officials at DCYF would like resources to track reports from cases that didn’t result in a finding of abuse or neglect.  |Keep Reading at Watchdog New Hampshire

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