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The DCFS is the state agency charged with child protective services. DCFS investigates allegations of abuse or neglect and handles foster care services and adoptions. DCFS maintains a 24-hour hotline where anyone can call to report suspected child abuse or neglect.
Must report suspected abuse or neglect immediately. All reports by mandatory reporters must be confirmed in writing to the appropriate Child Protective Services Unit within 48 hours of any initial report.
You must request an appeal within 60 days after the date of notification sent by the department. Thereafter, the prehearing, formal evidentiary hearing and final administrative decision must be completed within 90 days of receipt of your appeal request, unless you request a continuance or a continuance is agreed upon.
Athletic coaches, law enforcement officials, employees working in day care facilities or with youth programs, and health care professionals generally are mandatory reporters under CANRA.
If DCFS makes an indicated finding against you or your spouse, docHub other, or household family member, it could have severe ramifications for you and your children, including the potential for a juvenile or criminal case against you, as well as the risk you may lose custody of your children.
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WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE INDICATED? An investigation can result in an indicated report or an unfounded report. A report is indicated if the Department concludes that the incident of a child abuse and/or neglect occurred.
DCFS has 60 days to complete a formal investigation. Formal investigations are used to: Figure out if there is reliable evidence that a child was abused or neglected, Decide if the child is at risk of future abuse or neglect in the home, and.

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