Department of Children and Families
A report from the Office of Inspector General says Connecticut’s Department of Children and Families couldn’t prove to federal auditors it performed required background checks for prospective foster or adoptive families whose subsidy payments were claimed for federal reimbursement in 2009 and 2010.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut’s top child welfare official is trying again to establish a residential center for troubled girls. Commissioner Joette Katz said Tuesday the Department of Children and Families plans to spend up […]
A Connecticut couple is charged with smuggling an infant from Guatemala into the United States.
Plea agreements have been withdrawn in the case of two men accused of sexually abusing their children after the judge said new, more extreme allegations had surfaced.
A bill that would allow rehabilitated people to apply to have their names removed from the state child abuse and neglect registry is facing its first round of votes in the Connecticut General Assembly.
Officials with the Department of Children and Families say they are finalizing changes that will soon reform how the state’s child welfare agency deals with less serious neglect cases by working more closely with families.
Court records unsealed today detail child abuse allegations against a same-sex couple from Glastonbury, who had adopted nine boys.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ The Connecticut Department of Children and Families says an internal investigation has found it did not mishandle a case in Torrington where five children were found living in filthy conditions, but […]