The forgotten first responders: Recruiting and training child protective services – AEI’s Danielle Pletka: The US needs an endgame in the Middle East – AEI4th April 2019
Members of our child protective services (CPS) teams are charged with making one of the most difficult, sensitive, and life-altering decisions of any public official — determining whether a child is safe in his or her home. Unfortunately, around the country, CPS agencies suffer from high turnover rates, large numbers of unfilled positions, a dearth of proper training, low rates of pay, and poor treatment by politicians and the public.
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